During an extremely cold February we called in after a full day of walking and museum exploring.
We arrived around 6:30 and the place was already very busy. After a few minutes of menu reading we ordered then loitered for a few minutes then found a table.
We were told there was a few minutes wait, and after around 20 minutes the food came. The plastic knifes and forks were a bit of a negative though.
The food was good, hot, tasty and filling. The cheese sauces were rich and the pasta well cooked. Overall, a good hot dinner in a busy little cafe.
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