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The food was amazing! Shared a tortellini with truffles to start which was unbelievable, then had pizza for main - everything was totally outstanding! Nice staff, great music, perfect! Loved this place and would definitely visit again
We received a very warm welcome on arrival. When we sat down we were asked if we wanted water straight away, which was a nice touch. There are a lot of choices of pizza and other dishes too. The pizza ranges in price from around...More
We hadn't made a booking for Emma but we walked there about half an hour before it opened for the evening and made a reservation with the lady stood outside. It was worth it. We had the suppli and potato croquette to start which was...More
Per our hotel Receptionist’s recommendation, we went round the corner to Emma for late lunch.
We ordered a couple of pizzas and some salads and sides.
It was DELICIOUS! They have a carving counter for pizza toppings.
Service was nice, too.
Definitely recommend if you’re...More
We visited after a full day sightseeing and were completely flummoxed with such amazing choices.
We all chose something different but everything was utterly delicious.
Lovely ambiance, friendly helpful staff and good value.
We came to Emma for dinner on a Monday night after reading the good reviews on here. We chose to sit inside and there was a great atmosphere with nearly every table full. The mains were good but they were overshadowed by bruschetta which was...More
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