Celebrating a belated wedding anniversary, we arrived to Eno on a Saturday night with no reservation. Staff checked availability and with a bit of luck and good will from management we got seated.
Decor is very balanced and interesting. The wood fired oven at the back of the restaurant gives Eno a cozy feel even during the summer.
Starters: we had bruschetta first and loved the variety presented. Parma Ham really good, pesto also. Maybe a melted cheese option could be interesting for future. We also had mix seafood platter in tempura batter and was really really good. Really well presented and it tasted as good as it looked.
Mains: my wife went for a seafood Tagliatelle and it was the best she had so far. They don't spare on seafood with a great variety and cooked really well.
I went for a rib eye steak and don't let the price tag scare you, it is worth every cent. Really well presented with pepper sauce in pot, asparagus, chutney and potato gratin, portion big enough even for a big eater like me. Best steak experience I had so far.
Dessert: menu is varied and interesting but end up having just an affogato.
Will definitely be back to try the good looking pizzas, chocolate fondant and cocktails.
If we were to be picky, and as a suggestion, tables for 2 seem too small. Struggle to fit main plates and side order at the table.
We were really impressed, great food experience, staff and management very nice and a cozey place to be in. See you soon.
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