Beautifully converted chapel, offering Italian-biased food.
We had foccacia to share as a starter - odd. The dip was lovely - a tomato sauce, with oil. That was great. But the bread was a bit stale, and heavy - not at all as I would expect foccacia to be. Didn't even look like foccacia (no dimples, rosemary, sea salt). Oh well.
Our main courses were lovely - I had a special, chicken milanese. Breaded, deep-fried breast of chicken served with spaghetti with a tomato sauce. My daughter had fillet steak and chips - the steak was perfectly cooked. Really impressed with both our meals.
One oddity - I ordered a glass of champagne, and they brought prosecco. When I queried it, they were very apologetic - people ask for champagne, but usually mean prosecco so that's what they bring. But I actually meant champagne! No matter, they didn't charge the premium, so fair enough.
Would eat here again - but essential to book at busy times. Would love to come for Sunday lunch.
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