Ate here with a group of friends recently. Modern interior, with poor design as regards noise pollution - our waitress struggled to take orders from the far side of the table.
Huge choice (of pizza) on menu, if you aren't a fan of bread based meals, choice is rather limited. Value is as one would expect for city centre establishment. Service was good throughout.
Plenty of restaurants (including Italian) very nearby, and for a wider selection of food and a less noisy atmosphere, I'd be inclined to venture to those in future.
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