I was surprised at the authenticity of the food given the distance from Italy.
Food lovely and fresh and the handmade pasta (we tried the lasagna and the ravioli) fabulous. Also desserts made on the premises were great (and huge portions). The ravioli portion was not huge but the lasagna was huge. Have to remember that the ravioli would only be a starter in Italy.
Bruschetta good too. The couple next to us had had 2 different pastas and said they were great too. If you feel like a change from Thai, try here. It is down a funny lane and could be tricky to find
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