Charming, friendly staff and a warm welcome. Lovely bread & olives to begin with, and good menu. Generous portions of beautifully cooked food, and very nice bottle of Chilean red. Next time, we'll ask the staff to leave a pause between courses though. A little over-attentive and rushed - but could be a gem.
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