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I went at 7pm on a Sunday and easily got a table. I'd really recommend this place for its honest, delicious food. I had the caponata to start and the pasta with pistachios for main, and I wasn't planning on having dessert, but I had...More
Popped in around 16:30 for a very late lunch, given the time of day there were only 2 tables full including us with Rosanna and 2 male staff on duty. Between us we ordered 4 bowls of pasta to include alla Norma plus a pistachio...More
Went here specifically for the Pasta alla Norma...
It did not help that the restaurant only had six customers, and therefore was deathly quiet and lacking atmosphere, even though it was after 9pm.
But the Alla Norma was just OK...and at 8Euro, quite expensive! Very...More
The other reviews are spot on - both good and bad. First the good. It’s charming as can be - the cook / owner is the Italian grandmother we all wished we had. She takes so much pride in her work (she got very excited...More
The pasta Alla Norma and the sardine pasta with fennel were both fantastic.
Fresh made pasta, old school setting, noona in the kitchen... what more could you want. 😀
The service is slow, the wine was average; but it felt like an Italian home cooked...More
Don’t go unless you want to suffer and keep waiting for your food! It is just crazy! Only 2 people working to cook and serve the food! You keep waiting and waiting and even you read from other people that this restaurant is very slow...More
Even though the food was excellent and Rosanna was very friendly and welcoming it should not take 2,5 hours to prepare a lunch!
Her pasta was very good and we had vitello thin sliced filled with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil. Very delicious!