We would never have found this restaurant by chance, but visited it during a stay with my cousin who has been there a few times.
The menu isn't extensive, but what they do, they do very well. Pizzas, at £10 each, were freshly prepared and definitely on a par with those we've had in Italy.
The wine list is extensive and also quite expensive.
Four of us had a starter and main course each, no desserts. One bottle of wine, two glasses of Prosecco and a decaff latte and the total bill was £150.
Not the cheapest, it was nice, but I wouldn't necessarily make a definite decision to return.
Visit not really enhanced by the group of women in the window table, one of whom had a laugh like a road drill. Not the restaurant's fault though.
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