A slightly hip Italian restaurant that produced a seriously good pasta dish. The décor's unpretentiously fashionable: this is no rustic bistro. It's a relaxed and unpressured place to while a little time away. Several good-looking vegetarian options on the menu. Great service. My dessert - sorbets - wasn't quite as special as my main course, and was overpriced, but this was a minor flaw. A good place for an intimate dinner. I'd come again.
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