We were a little sceptical when we arrived here but once the food was delivered we were entirely own over.
The restaurant is family run, and you are greeted by a pizza twirling chap who you assume is Italian until he he speaks and you realise he is from Dorset. The restaurant is a little clinical in its decor but the service is warm and friendly
Food was excellent - risotto balls for starter were good though could have been served more pepper sauce, the charcuterie board was also good. The carbonara was superb and my wife had the "the best risotto she has ever eaten" which was ham hock - very much recommended.
Pricing was appropriate and they also had a decent wine list and the necessary limoncello to end the meal. Well worth a visit!