Thought we'd try the long table lunch menu, touted as being an Italian Sunday family lunch.
Great concept: fixed price 3 course, shared starter and main... Dessert per person or cheese plate for two.
Selection (choices) very very limited.
Antipasto for starter. 2 pasta dishes or risotto for main. 2 sweet options or cheese for dessert. $49 per person.
The food took forever to arrive, when it came it looked great and was very tasty and well cooked.
As for being authentic hmmm elements were, however portion sizes definitely were not generous.
It's an Enoteca so they sell a wide variety of wines - all highly inflated in price.
Service was friendly and warm.
The general ambience was ok- I'd have liked to hear italian music.
Overall an interesting experience, expensive and not one I'm rushing to repeat.
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