Easily worth the effort required to find this charming place. We went on the strength of a review by Nick Lander and very glad we did... Stand-out dishes were a tasting plate of baccalà, a glorious frittura di peace, and a wonderful duck main course. Desserts, which we rarely order, were knock-out, particularly the deconstructed tiramisu, which tends to be a great disappointment in even the best Italian restaurants in London, but here was a delight.
It's not cheap, and the portions aren't huge, but it's well worth a visit in a city where it's all too easy to pay a great deal for bad food. Recommend booking in advance, and persevere and find it!
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