We struggled to find seats for a drink on a sunny lunch, but based on look, location and helpful staff, went back for dinner on a rainy mid-week night.
Interior quality and feel very upmarket. Price maybe a little lower than nicer places in town, but food quality ad presentation really good. Lamb and seafood pizza exceptional really.
Whilst service was pleasant, a little (training?) out on details. We waited 60s to be greeted, dirty knife ( quickly replaced), dishes served by passing over other diners, dessert menus stuck together etc. I didn't detract at all from a really pleasant atmosphere and evening out.
Would recommend even with a long walk down the hill in the rain. Try this place away from the peak summer moments,
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