Stewart and his crew work very well as a team and, whilst the lack of fresh air and windows does let the place down a small amount, the food, ambience, service and wine MORE than make up for the minor niggly points. The garlic bread is extremely good and the staff remember your name, which is a bonus other restaurants ought to realise is an important 'little extra'.
The themed Jazz and Gastronomic Quiz nights are also well worth booking in advance for.
Papa Cino's is a long-established and, rightly, popular choice for lunches, pre-theatre and evening meals either as a single diner, in a couple or a larger group of friends/family, etc.
If you've never been, give it a try,... it's easy enough to find, near the dreadful 'Buddies' on Dychurch Lane in the centre of Northampton.
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