We went here on a Thursday evening and it was quite busy, but was given a table that had a lovely view of the quay. The menu is very limited though, but what is on the menu is beautifully cooked. We had a portion of lovely garlicky dough balls and the caramelised onion and goats cheese pizza to start very nice and reasonable sized portions for a starter. Our mains were lasagne, meatball calzone, and from the specials board fillet beef in a chianti and tomato sauce. All the food was very nice but the portions were very small for the price. My calzone only had about 6 or 7 mini meatballs no bigger than a marble in it and very little sauce. They had smeared some passata on the plate but I would have prefered it in my calzone. The lasagne while very nice was made in a very shallow dish making it quite a small sized portion and as it only came with a few rocket leaves seemed a very miserly dinner, when hubby had finished eating he was still hungry. Again the portion size of the beef in chianti and tomato sauce was very small with only about 6 very small thin slices of beef in it. The other disappointment is that there were no authentic Italian desserts just ice cream or a pizza with nutella spread and Strawberries?
The good points of this place are its lovely decor and location, the staff are really helpful and friendly. and most importantly the food is lovely.
The bad points are that there is very limited choice and the portion sizes are really too small for the prices that they are charging.