It was a quiet lunchtime. Perhaps 3 or 4 tables taken. First impression was that this place was a step back to the 80s, with large photos of film stars on strong-coloured walls.
I asked for a fresh orange juice. What got was a glass of that cheap juice you get from supermarkets, made from concentrate. We had to wait around half an hour before our food arrived. There was just one person in the kitchen who looked like he was the twin of the waiter. My salad was nice enough, but again there was a feeling of "I could have done that myself with food from a cheap supermarket". My wife's risotto was reported to be nice.
Coffee was OK, but Italian restaurants usually give me better than OK.
On the plus side, the meals were not expensive by Italian restaurant standards, and the young waiter was friendly. But the long wait and the "nothing special" ingredients means I can't give this place a coveted 4th star!
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