Excellent for a light lunch of pasta. Short menu but good, simple and delicious choices. A surprisingly long wine list. We shared a creme brule for dessert which was also delicious. We were sufficiently taken by the quality that we bought ravioli to take home with us (also excellent) and several packets of their dried pasta.
Service slightly hit and miss. We were originally told we'd need to wait 15 mins for a table but then realised that there was seating upstairs and several empty tables. It took some negotiation with the downstairs waiter, who presumably didn't want to lose clients, to be allowed upstairs. Our coffee arrived 5 minutes before dessert, so don't order your coffee at the same time as your dessert unless you too want it before.
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