A relatively new venue on the Paddington scene but an extremely welcome one. My wife and I had dinner there on 17 September, a Monday but the restaurant was packed on this usually slow night; which speaks volumes for it's popularity. The wait staff are very attentive and informative with beaming smiles all round. The menu is on a blackboard and is reasonably extensive with staff ready to explain what some of the names mean; for example, "Don Carlo" is actually a spicy prawn and fettucine dish, which was excellent by the way. My wife chose a simple lasagne and declared it the best she has ever eaten, high praise indeed from a notoriously fussy diner. Incidentally, during a pitstop she ventured through the kitchen and discovered the lasagne chef was an Asian gentleman! The decor, food, friendly service and ambience is very reminiscent of many a country trattoria in Italy. Unlicenced, at the moment, with $5 a bottle byo corkage fee. Excellent coffee, with delightful aromas wafting through the rooms.
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