Had family lunch here for Fathers day. Seven of us and had lovely round table in its own semi-private booth. Good range on menu, very friendly staff. Lovely setting with the beautiful old building and canal outside, although after a while the acoustics made it very noisy and difficult to hold a conversation across the table. Feels very child friendly but menu very limited and expensive for what you get - the spaghetti pomodoro was a smallish portion with runny, insipid sauce and no parmesan cheese; when asked, they were able to bring a few shavings of cheese, no grated cheese available
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