Exposed brickwork and 3m / 10ft high photographs of 50s Italian film stars make for an impressive interior. The menu wasn't that promising - all the antipasti had meat or fish, and the vegetarian main was either gluten free pasta or risotto, but when asked they offered a grilled vegetable ring - a solid coherent combination with it's own distinct combined flavour , not a "mixed vegetables" platter. I had the asparagus risotto which was a bit sower to my liking. For desert they improvised a strawberry and mascarpone mousse which was very good, but again - there wasn't a gluten free option on the menu. The food was good and they were happy to adapt so my only gripe is the menu as I usually find Italian food has more options even for my gluten free vegetarian diet.
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