A French/Italian friend recommended this place to us. He is usually a miserable sod so to hear him talk so enthusiastically about a place we were keen to give it a go.
The first seconds of arriving usually decide the mood you will be in for the meal, especially in France. We asked for a table in our best French half expecting a battle and to be publically humiliated by the waiter.
It was a relief to be spoken back to in English by a helpful young man by the name of Seb. From that point forward we were in excellent hands.
The interior has exposed brickwork and wooden floor, a look I love. The smell of the wood oven really added to the atmosphere.
The food was delicious with real good flavours. I had the Tagliatelle aux Truffes and my wife had Spaghetti Frutti di mare, both plates clean. Stayed for a bottle of wine and didn't feel rushed at any point.
If you are looking for good food, a warm welcome even if you are not French (a pleasure) in a relaxed atmosphere (who isn't) you won't go far wrong here.
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