Initially walked past, doesn't look entirely authentic Italian from the entrance we came in, looked very modern, but as we walked in and was shown to our table around the corner, it looked like an old tavern, brick domed walls, from which hung dried garlic, onions and chillies.
My starter of 'seafood trio' was amazing, carpaccio of octopus, smoked swordfish and cuttlefish. Outstanding. The wild boar cheeks for main dish were again melt in the mouth. Would go again, if only for the starter! Sicilian red wine, blew us away as well. Recommend
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