We had a pre theatre dinner here. We arrived and were shown to our seats quickly and given some bread, butter and olives.
The waiter gave us the menu and left us to it, hardly said a word. We chose our meals and the food arrived quickly. I had bolognase and my husband had lasagne. The food was average, the pasta was overcooked.
We both enjoyed a piece of tiramisu for dessert.
The meal was £55 for 2 courses including a side salad, a litre of water and a small bottle of Peroni.
The restaurant has so much potential, but sadly fails to deliver.
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