We've been here a few times now and it has never failed to disappoint. Firstly it's very small and intimate so the atmosphere is great whether it's full or not (it will be!). The menu is interesting without being overwhelming. We had a starter which wasn't on the menu but which the owner/manageress (I'm not sure which) suggested to us as she'd just bought in the produce for it. It was Padron peppers, cooked in rock salt. So simple but delicious and a perfect dish to share!
For my main I had a pizza which was superb and cooked to perfection in their stone oven. The restaurant itself has that warm feeling about it, like it's the perfect place to eat to excess and drink red wine all night. So that's exactly what we did!
The only downside is that it's so good that it's become instantly popular so if you're planning a visit then book well in advance!
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