Four of us dined here on a wet and cold evening in June. It was a good job we booked as the Maître Di turned away a number of couples looking for a warm place to eat.
We were welcomed by the waiters and afforded good and friendly service throughout the evening. We chose the crepes with zucchini and cheese; the taste markedly improved as the dish cooled. We enjoyed the bruschetta pomodoro and one of our party ordered the cheese plate which she said was wonderful. We ordered the deep fried lamb along with a side dish of green beans....very tasty!
Save yourself a little room for dolce as the panacotta is to die for!
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