We have lived near this restaurant for 10 years and visited for the first time on a Friday night in April 2014!
The setting is idyllic, in a converted old mill beside the river Wharfe, although a little bizarre to find a restaurant in this location as you would never guess it was there! It is a basically a small industrial estate with several other businesses in the same location.
There is ample parking round the back, through a small gateway off a very crowded back road.
The mill itself has been converted to a very high standard with small staircases leading to several levels. The stonework walls of the mill have been retained and decorated with pictures and fairy lights.
The staff were attentive but not over-bearing. The menu is smaller than some Italian restaurants but attention to detail is excellent. The food itself was very good, although some of it is pricey. The evening set menu is better value but may not be to everyone's taste as the starters did not include Mozzarella in carozza or Minestrone soup which is a usual staple of Italians, instead focussing on fish and garlic laced foods.
A basic margherita pizza is £8.50 which gives a fair idea on prices for other meals.
The pizza and two lots of the set menu (3 courses) plus 2 wines and a beer cost just over £60, which is a lot of money, but for an occasional treat and the general atmosphere of such a beautiful setting the price could beat other establishments hands down.
Worth a visit, but booking is essential as it is a small restaurant.
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