Huge menu, with many house specialities. Everything we chose was very high quality, tasty and filling. On one visit, we chose pasta and a main course, including vodka pasta, and wild boar with olives in a wine sauce. On a second visit we had pizzas, which were served on huge wooden platters. There was a large choice of toppings, and the pizzas were thin, with generous toppings, and piping hot.
Prices were very good value. Service was efficient and friendly. The cavernous 70s dining room can lack atmosphere when it is not busy, but it is well worth a visit.
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