We chose to eat at Croma Chorlton as we'd eaten in the city restaurant before and enjoyed it. It was a Saturday afternoon and we were able to get a table without booking.
We were greeted at the door by a friendly man who gave us a choice of tables. We opted for a bottle of Montepulciano which was delicious fairly priced at around £24 a bottle.
The atmosphere in the restaurant was nice, it was pretty quiet so we were able to relax and chat but without the place feeling dead.
For our started we had some of the legendary Croma dough balls and for our mains we all opted for various pizzas, all of which were delicious. The food arrived in good time and the service was good throughout.
The only thing we (and our friends previously) noticed that tha