This was a real blast from the past - after not eating here for more than a decade we decided to pop in for an early family meal to introduce our kids to this long-standing suburban restaurant. Decorated in the height of 80's fashion, in a mall, it's a bit of a comforting retro experience. My son the food fundi had spag bol (which was bit blah and average), my daughter the gnocchi (pesto sauce nice), my husband a suitably rich pasta and I had veal (pronounced excellent by the kids who tasted it). The service was very friendly, but we were never shown the specials board (which had some very tempting and less ordinary fare) despite being almost alone in the restaurant at the beginning. Our dessert pannacotta was not completely set, but was tasty enough. Given that the restaurant was filling up by the time we left it's still a popular spot with the locals.
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