Second visit here, Friday lunchtime with friends and again plenty of space.
The food is delightful - authentic Tuscan dishes, thoughtfully presented. Covers for about 30 diners, light and minimal decor.
Good range of main courses with many at the £7 mark, plenty of starters and half a dozen desserts at £3.50/£4. Wine by the bottle is well-priced.
I cannot understand why there are so few patrons, although the street presence is poor. (You would have to know there is a little restaurant/bistro up the step and through the door).
I'm fearful, as word seems slow to circulate that this is the ideal place for a lunchtime meal, that it will close due to lack of support. Don't delay and GO NOW!
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