Myself and two friends visited this restaurant this evening. It's not on the main strip so is a hidden gem, well worth looking for though if our experiences are anything to go by!
First impressions are lovely, set in a courtyard as the name suggests, with tables and chairs outside and fresh herbs growing.
However, it's when you open the door to go in when the experience starts, you are first greeted but the smell of garlic and the delightful ambiance of the place, soon followed by Katie, who greets you like you are a family member stepping in to her house. That continues throughout your visit. Nothing is to much trouble, menu and specials explained and I'm sure if you wanted something different you would be catered for with no problems.
Where we sat we could see in to the kitchen, where Dave ( we asked his name) was cooking and that's always a nice reassuring thing to see that everything is clean and freshly cooked.
There was a good selection of starters, mains and dessert, plus a specials board all very reasonably priced. I had Frutti di More ( mixed seafood in a creamy tomato and linguine pasta and it was fabulous Well worth a visit, you won't be disappointed!!