Excellent value for money, food great (although for us the portions were too generous)!! Staff very friendly.
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We had prawn & tomato spaghetti, which was delicious, & generously laden with prawns. Prices very reasonable & the service was friendly.
Oil laden pizza. Pissy attitude towards slight changes to menu choice. The peroni tasted awful Nice waiter fellah but that’s not enough. Oh and the home made fries were most definitely out of the freezer. I’m an expert in that field. Really rather poor all...More
This was probably some of the best Italian food we've had in Britain. The fact that it was also happy hour just made paying for it a better experience! We had bread and olives as a starter and the bread was freshly made sea salt...More
We had pizzas with cheap cheese and poor quality ingredients. I know there are better true Italian restraints in town and will stick to those next time.
Lovely atmosphere, friendly staff and hot tasty freshly made food. We visited during happy hour so great value. Service was first class. Compliments were sent to the chef.
Good value, well presented. I had king prawns followed by seabass. Both were excellent. My husband had calamari and seafood rissotto. Again excellent. The service was first class.
I really liked this place as I walked past it. It looks like a arty quirky and cool little place from the outside. The bar is great and it has a cosy sofa seating area just in case you want drinks and not food plus...More
As part of The Asset’s research tour of the North West, ate dinner on Sunday night with my assistant and two companions. They had recommended as a cheap but not so cheerful traditional Italian. They were right. Four of us dined for less than it...More
Visited with a group of friends on a quiet weekday evening. The food was average for an Italian pizza and pasta place, nothing special but ok. Portions are large, especially the mixed salad, which was also very tasty. House wine was ok. It was also...More