We arrived at approx 21.00 on a Saturday evening and this restaurant was absolutely packed. We decided to sit outside as the weather was fine and amazingly you can still sit outside and eat in Seville in November! Service was slow, which could be forgiven as it was so busy, but having food slammed down in front of you without even a smile or any kind acknowledgement some what grated. In an Italian restaurant the least you expect is to be offered freshly milled pepper and Parmesan, but this offer was severely lacking. A good selection of wine was on offer, but when we selected ours we were told by the waitress that we didn't want that one as it was only a 375ml bottle! It was only for two of us as the rest of the party was drinking beer. (I think at 43 I know what I like and what I would like to order......I found this a little irritating)
The food was good, pasta appeared to be homemade and cooked well. One of our party ordered gnocchi, which was not so good and appeared to be from a packet. Not what you expect from a good quality Italian Restaurant, charging high end prices.
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