This restaurant looks the part, and convinces new diners that the experience will be authentically Italian - but the menu lets it down. The food on offer is distinctly American-Italian, with over-cheesed lasagne and veal parm with tomato'd spaghetti, and missing some of the more traditional dished I'd hoped to find. Cheap-ish and cheerful, the service is very traditional but at least they kept the drinks coming.
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