A very happy and friendly restaurant the staff was great meals where tasty and a good sized serving with fresh ingredients overall a good dinning experience at a reasonable price
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Ordered natural oysters and Neopolitana Pizza. Delicious food, very well priced and great location sitting alfresco next to busy Lygon Street. Owner offered us 20% discount for our lunch. BYO and/or licensed. Yum yum, you will not be disappointed, would definitely eat at this restaurant...More
Was told by old man when looking at the menu it will be discounted by 20%. Had to remind them 3 times for the discount when paying . Meal was ok.
Visited this restaurant for a catch-up with friends Staff are unfriendly specially the older man touting for business at the front. Out of 6 meals only one was totally enjoyable. Meat and fish dishes were almost inedible Prices high for this type of restaurant especially...More
Lunch with friends at this Italian restaurant was all you would expect, the food was tasty and served quickly. Staff friendly and helpful. I thought that the pricing was average except for the wine, which was very expensive. Had read some bad reviews, nut we...More
What a farce, 20% discount to be served up overpriced, very substandard gluggy mess with clumps of pasta bits. Kids meal was pathetic for $17 a-pop. Don't be fooled and give it a wide birth. Only given apologies with no sweeteners. Must rely on through...More
If I pay over $300 for four people, I expect to walk away satisfied & happy. This restaurant however left us New South Welshmen anything but. There are far better (& cheaper) places to eat along this renowned street, choose one of them!!
We were cajoled into coming into this restaurant off the street by "Tono" offering a 20% discount - which I had to ask for at the end. The menu was like a flash-back to the 1980's - very ordinary and inauthentic "italian". Service was terrible...More
Like so many other reviewers we were offered a 20% discount on the street by an elderly Italian grandpa who virtually physically pushed us through the door. "The Specials" were slapped in front of us on a tired piece of A4 paper (covered in plastic)...More