Beautifully interior decorated with spacious booths for intimate dining. The service from relaxed smiling waiters was impeccable, neither too friendly not too stuffy. We chose the two course lunch menu and my friend devoured her haggis balls while I enjoyed the bruschetta although it didn't exactly sing to me. The tomatoes were, unfortunately, more Tesco than Tuscan. The rigatoni main course was served with a tasty pancetta sauce but the pasta was way too hard to have even reached 'al dente'. Undercooked is not right. But I didn't complain as everything else about Barolo was delightful and, yes, I will go back.
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