Family restaurant, all food is cooked which means you have to wait 30-40 mins. Then you get over salted and basically inedible soup and very average pasta. Pizza is barely OK and dessert is also vary average Avoid
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The four of us had lunch here. It was delicious and the service was most comfortable. Very family friendly as it suits Italian restaurants, that are usually hectically run by cosy families. It's always nice when your "Grazie" is responded with a "Prego", it adds...More
Old-fashioned, in a good way. Family-run. Friendly service. Very tasty pasta seafood dish and house special pizza. Pleasant and inexpensive house white wine. Next time, we will skip the starters, which, though tasty, were a bit expensive. We plan to return.
Absoulutely delicious food for all tastes which you can see being prepared if you go to the second floor. We enjoyed the atmosphere a lot - it's run by a very flamboyant Italian family, adds authenticity :) The service is great but not very fast,...More
I have visited a couple of times, my food has always been good as has that of my colleagues. The menu is a little unadventurous, all the classic pizzas and pastas plus a few meat and fish dishes. This is a good solid Italian restaurant,...More
We sat upstairs and enjoyed watching over the balcony as the chef prepared our meal and soaked up the busy atmosphere. The waiter was very helpful and made some excellent suggestions and we enjoyed the fresh pasta and porcina mushroom sauce which was delicious. I...More
bad pasta with a sort of tomato (ketchup!!) in a small hot pot (not typically italian!), small and strange pizza (marble..?), a lilliputian salad (old one..). No olive oil. Menu only in dutch... An affront and damage to real and honest italian restauranta!