About half the dishes offered here are on the printed menu, and the others vary daily. On a February Wednesday these included linguine with baby octopus and antipasti di mare with fresh squid and mussels - exceptional for a suburban high-street restaurant.
On a request for fresh vegetables a plate of mange-touts appeared, freshly prepared with a light oil and garlic sauce and a little balsamic - delicious in its own right. Lobster ravioli was short on lobster but arrived together with baby tomatoes, rosemary and ruccola in a piquant sauce.
Open wines cost about 3 Euro per 100 ml, and a Grillo from Sicilia was full bodied and fruity. The complimentary grappa served afterwards was unusually good.
This meal cost 21 Euro - exceptionally good value for such quality.
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