A restaurant with name la Bruschetta must be good at bruschetta, and this one definitely is. There are 6-7 variants, some a little off-the-wall - the last option included anchovy and dark chocolate - shades of Letitia Cropley from The Vicar Of Dibley there - and we went with the safer Classica and version with Mozzarella and pesto, both of which were large, delicious, and filling. We all had pizza, and the pizza is made well, with a thin base, and loads of succulent flavour.
The wines are fairly expensive, but the house white wine, at least, which is a Pinot Grigio from the Marche region of Italy, was very good. We had the impression that most guests were going for the house wines.
The service was impeccable throughout.
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