As a student, I went there once to have lunch with a friend after class: what a reward.
Refined and delicious portions of food (loved the asparagus and bacon gnocchi), that can go with a drink and dessert or café for a very good bargain as regards to the quality.
What you might like even more in that place is the atmosphere and the warmness of the staff, who shall make you feel at home, if not as friends, everytime you step in (speak Chinese, English and Spanish), and care for your meal to go as good as it gets.
Went there again for drinks with a group of friends (good wine), and completed the process of setting it as one of my regular must-go-to spots.
Eatalia is definitely a culinary gem in the middle of Wudaokou that I recommend to all.
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