We came here for dinner last Saturday! Goats cheese bruschetas for starters which were delicious elegantly presented on a slate plate with salad! Followed by two delicious pizzas from their wood burning oven which were beautifully thin and tasty enhanced by some piquante chilli oil.
It was too cold to sit outside but it is a lively square and a good people watching spot. The inside of a restaurant, (originally a house), makes the layout interesting with lots of nooks and crannies and a private dining room.
Can't wait to return for some pasta which I am told is also very good!
Great service too.
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