Went there on a Wednesday night and it was surprisingly busy with a good atmosphere and reasonable prices. We ordered a bruschetta to start and two entrees as mains as we had a late lunch. The bruschetta had a gross plasticy cheese melted on it when usually it has no cheese at all. My entree of spaghetti alle vongole came out and I played find the clams. I found two, they were obviously not still in the shells. They were so small it looked like one had been cut int two and they tasted like they were from a can. Launceston is supposed to be good for seafood so imagine my disappointment. The staff were lovely and took it off the bill and gave me a dessert menu but I didn't want to take the risk.
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