Visited here early tea time last week only to be greeted by a very arrogant and scruffy member of staff called Tony who would have been under dressed for a student union party on a Monday night. Tony managed to fined me the end of a long wooden bench on the same table as five other customers who were about to leave. Tony mr charisma allowed me to order a glass of wine on the pretext I would have to move again when the rest of the table paid bill. Let's see what happens I thought so I agreed. Surely enough wine arrives on his recommendation which was super - a nice Sicilian Passimiento which when I had 2 glasses turned out to be £17. This wine is great and available online for £9 bottle delivered. Persuaded by Tony again to go for the sea food pasta dish in essence a very well cooked and tasty simply presented seafood pretentious marinara. When it arrived I had already been moved to the other end of table by his scruffy nibs. Pasta arrives with a napkin fork and spoon no bread nothing. Knowing my pasta I decide to try with my fork how the pasta had been cooked before the owner Alex made the very wrong decision in stopping me take even one bite almost laughing and patronising me into telling me I had to eat it with the spoon and not a fork. By the way this precious bowl of pasta later turned out to cost £17 as well. I had to remind Alex in Italian not to worry having opened over 50 uk various branded Italian restaurants. I think he got the message when I asked for some bread to mop up this precious sauce he harped on about. Beautiful pasta dish eaten but overly expensive I was conned into eating a very average Sicilian orange tart. Oranges much better from Seville lads at this rate. Just finished last mouthful the bill arrives by the young scruff not even asked for a coffee £40. Left no tip and promptly departed. Great food very arrogant staff
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