We went to this restaurant on a Saturday evening to try it out. It has both a large outdoor dining terrace and an equally spacious area inside. The restaurant is quite busy, with several staff members bustling about – you may need to call them to get their attention, rather than doing this on their accord.
The décor inside is rather simple. We were given a table quite quickly, but we had to wait around half an hour to get our menus, and only after asking these ourselves, despite the fact that two waiters clearly saw us waiting for them. The restrooms are also Spartan as can be.
We ordered a plate of Bruschetta to share, and Chicken Veneziana and Filet ta’ Klaricc for mains. The drinks we ordered arrived immediately within less than a minute on all 3 occasions. Whilst out having a cigarette, a waitress approached us to tell us the food was ready, a nice gesture – when we reseated ourselves she served us the food.
The bruschetta unfortunately was quite burnt, with the crust carbonized black and the topping rather bland. The mains were on a different level entirely – the fillet was very tender and juicy, and the chicken breast quite tasty, although a bit too dry for my tastes.
Finally the cappuccino ordered was very disappointing. Coffee was brimming to the very edge, with the frothy part struggling to stay on top. Needless to say, the waiter could not help but spill some on the saucer – not his fault but he didn’t apologise either.
All in all, I would recommend this place only for a family a perhaps a large group of friends who are more about talking and being boisterous rather than for the place or food itself. With some effort this could be a very good restaurant.