I came here for a meal with my partner and his family. After hearing a lot of good about it I was quite disappointed. I had a Calzone, which was one of the best I have had since a child (we had Italian neighbours who did the BEST Calzone ever and this was the closest I’ve ever experienced it)
However, the other guests were a bunch of people trying hard to see and be seen, and it was terribly child unfriendly. My son needed a highchair, and the look I received from the staff and the guests nearby was as if I publicly acclaimed to this bunch of pretentious people that I was wearing shoes from Primark…
I will dream of the Calzone and continue my quest to find the perfect one elsewhere.
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