I ordered the Estiva pasta, small for $15.90. The menu claimed it had Kalamata olives, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and some other delicious ingredients combined with your choice of pasta. I ended up getting a massive helping of fettuccine pasta which had been tossed in oil, with 3 or 4 spinach leaves chucked on top for decoration, and 2 small sun-dried tomatoes. There were no Kalamata olives, but only cheap thinly sliced black pitted olives. Firstly, sort out the menu. Google Kalamata olives or something, because there is a massive difference between them and the cheap wee supermarket ones you were serving up. Secondly, when you advertise the ingredients in a dish, don't say it includes spinach when really what you're doing is putting 3 or 4 wilted leaves as presentation. Essentially, this dish was oily pasta with some cheap and nasty ingredients placed on top.
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