I ducked in here as it was heaving down outside and found myself in a classic refugio style restaurant. The staff were lovely, their English was very good and they displayed the right amount of attentiveness without being overbearing. I had the bruscetta followed by the the tagliatteli ragu, both were very tasty and the portions were reasonable considering the price. The wine selection is very good and the wines by the glass are excellent.
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