A crowded Saturday night. The service was good, the food was good and the atmosphere was good. I had saltinbocca and my partner had risotto. Both were good and the wine, nero d'avola was very good for £25.
I keep using the word good because something stops me saying excellent. The place didn't have that wow factor but it could with a little something extra.
I thought it was reasonable value - £75 including service for olives, garlic bread, two main courses, two desserts and wine.
No criticism at all and we will be going back.
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