The building & decor are priceless/timeless so personally i'd recommend a visit here for the cichetti & a drink.
The service was surly & not terribly helpful, it's easy to understand why, particularly when you hear some diners, still moving on ..
Vedova is famed for it's meatballs but i didn't rate them as highly as Russell Norman does in his book "Polpo" which was how we came to visit.
I was very hungry so took on the anchovies & wholewheat pasta which is heavy on the anchovies, but fortunately i like them a lot so it worked for me, cooking doesn't have to be subtle all the time.
The spaghetti alla bursara which regrettably i hadn't chosen was good with a light tomato sauce but i was less keen on the sauce that dominated my octopus, a really punch tomato, fishy affair that was just ott for me, though i dont doubt it was authentic.
So it was curate's egg like evening for us.
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