Had lunch here based on other TA reviews. Wait staff were friendly and helpful. Their English is limited but they tried to understand us and for us to understand them. We had a couple of glasses of wine each. Our only complaint, the pour was rather stingy based on the price. Both wines (one white and one red, both from Etna) we tried were excellent.
We split the "buffalo mozzarella" which turned out to be a whole ball (not sure if that's the correct term) of buffalo mozzarella on a bed of watercress and tomatoes. The mozzarella was the freshest we've ever had and the watercress and tomatoes were perfectly, lightly dressed and a wonderful accompaniment to the cheese. We also split a proscuitto, cheese and arugula panini. It was toasty warm and very tasty.
Definitely worth a visit.
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