Initially we had trouble finding a phone number through which to book, but hopefully this will now be easier. We were glad we persisted. The restaurant is on the site of the former Divine off-licence - now removed to another location not far away. When closed the restaurant doesn't look too inviting behind the original steel shutters, but once opened it is an attractive and lively venue. We went as a family; grandparents, parents and children. We had a great time with tasty pastas which appeared home made, interesting sauces and impressive pizzas. We were there on a Friday evening and staff were kept very busy but remained friendly and attentive. The big bonus is that this is a B.Y.O.B eatery with a modest corkage charge which disappears altogether if the wine is bought from Divine and the receipt produced. Well worth a visit.
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