For being one of the only places with an open kitchen late at night, (other than the pubs) the food was mediocre at best. I would compare the food to cafeteria quality. The tortellini was over cooked and seemed like it had been sitting under a heat lamp. The other plate we had was the fettucini with chicken which was a bit on the bland side but got the job done. The place itself was nice and quiet compared to the wild streets outside. The staff wasn't overly pushy which gave us some time to talk before heading back to the pubs.
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