We went here after reading about the awards Da Cristina had won in the past. Maybe we'd built our expectations up too much but we were disappointed with the food. Between us we had ragu arancini and pasta. The arancini coating was thicker and harder than any we'd tasted and the pizza was doughy and not very flavoursome. Perhaps popularity has increased and cooking throughput has had to increase as well (there were plenty of tourist groups there) and maybe quality has suffered.
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