My friend and I had come out of a nearby pub and this restaurant had cooking smells wafting out, particularly garlic, which tantilised our taste buds. We could see the restaurant was busy with groups of people dining but we were able to have the last table for two in the corner by the window. We were served by a young hospitable male server who went the extra mile to answer out questions about the menu and offer recommendations on what to have. My friend and I had a pizza and a seafood pasta dish to share which was great. The pizza was superb. We had a very good bottle of wine with the meal and treated ourselves to a liquer coffee and Cointreau to finish the meal as we were on our holidays.
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