Looks small and quaint from outside, inside it's a vast eating factory on three floors with at least 3 entrances. Food ok but not exciting, the Italian house wines on the menu were all French and the place was heaving so service understandably slow. If you want a good eating experience go elsewhere, if you're just hungry it may do.
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