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Came here in Aug '17 and again recently, in August came here for my birthday and both times were very good. Attentive staff. Nice food. Overall it's good, but isn't fantastic or special, but worth coming if you're going to theatre near by.
We happened upon this place when we were out exploring. I'm pretty picky when it comes to Italian food since my family is Italian, this was a pretty good fine. It was reasonably priced and the service was good.
We needed something to eat for a late lunch after riding the Hop On bus all day. Stumbled upon this and were very pleased! The pizza was so good, and the minestrone soup excellent as well. Order great glasses of wine to go with it....More
I felt disgusted as I felt tricked and fooled. I went to the restaurant on 30/05/2018 on lunch time and there is a post that says: 10 pounds unlimited homemade pizzas. When I went into, the waiter told me that it is not possible for...More
My wife and I needed something before seeing Phantom of the Opera and sharing a small pizza was the way to go. Everything was fresh as in there was no way it had a pre-baked crust. It really hit the spot before the show and...More
With my gluten free brother, finding a suitable restaurant last minute can be a real struggle.
However, walking past Assaggetti we noticed their menu stated all pizza and pasta can be prepared GF.
This is already a massive tick in my book.
The restaurant was...More
We wen there for pre theatre dinner. We both ordered the passos chicken with salad chips and bread. The salad was just lettice leaves with tiny bit of dressing. The chips were salty and greasy and the chicken in some sort of sauce was luke...More
Me and my boyfriend visited Assaggetti ad part of a Theatre experience. We were treated by the the manager on arrival and seated promptly. The service was brilliant, the waitress was very attentive and the food came very quickly. For such simple food it was...More
Visited yesterday before going to the theatre in the afternoon. Great food. Had the chicken, bacon and avoado salad. Absolutely lovely. So much chicken and bacon. Hubby had a huge spicy pizza. Looked lovely. A carafe of white wine accompanied this. Very clean place and...More
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