Pros: The place is pretty cosy with a good atmosphere. When we asked for prosecco and they didn’t have any, they brought champagne and charged us the price of prosecco for it. There is a wide range of stone baked pizzas, which taste great (if you like thin crust). The prawns were pretty good (fried without being too greasy).
Cons: Although the restaurant was empty (and we had made a reservation) we were seated next to the toilets and a draughty cellar. The food is honestly not worth the price. The antipasti platter for £12 could’ve done with a bit more variety. The calamari was incredibly deep fried (and in strips, not rings -which I’ve never seen before) and came with deep fried parsley which makes my stomach churn just thinking about! We had to wait around 30 minutes for our pizzas. The service certainly could’ve been friendlier.
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