I've dined here several times and the food has always been excellent. There's a good menu, with changing 'specials', and food cooked to order. The staff are both friendly and helpful. It's a lovely local authentic Italian restaurant, in an old converted chapel with many of the original features retained, for example the organ gallery (without the organ, of course!). I think it's important to support these types of independent businesess which I why I'm posting this review.
Not that we've had much sunshine but there is a small outdoor eating/drinking area at the front which is a lovely place to sit with a coffee - or wine - and watch the world go by. My son commented that he felt like he was on holiday when he ate there. Recommended!
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