A warm and friendly restaurant serving delicious food. The lasagna was the best I've had and the service was excellent. We will certainly return.
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We have visited this tiny Italian restaurant a few times now. Always busy but if they can the delightful staff will do their best to fit you in, so not much space between tables, but its all part of the warm and comfortable atmosphere. Everyone...More
We stumbled over this quaint little Italian restaurant and decided to eat here. The restaurant is small, maybe 12 tables, but outside dining was available. We got a table straight away, there was four of us in total. Got the feeling it was a family...More
we arrived on a very cold evening after doing the tourist thing all day, hungry and footsore. You know what it's like, no-one makes eye contact with you on the tube, never mind saying hi, so a friendly face was v welcome. Bread, oil and...More
My husband and I went for a quick dinner last night: the staff was really welcoming and attentive. We both had pizza and it was really tasty, both the dough and the toppings. Tiramisu was also very good. Traditional and honest food with friendly service....More
The food here is really not great (tinned tomatoes with defrosted meatballs on pasta. Zero flavour!) and nor is it reasonably priced. A main meat course for £25?! That's actually more expensive than The Wolseley. There are many better places nearby you should go to...More
We have been for a quick lunch and took the lunch menu (12 pounds for two courses). It was very good (I recommend the carbonara). The staff was very friendly.
I went in for a quick bite, but the atmosphere and the food was so great that I ate a full meal. The people visiting seemed in many ways to be regulars and the service behaved like it was a family business. Definately worth a...More