This place looks and feels a lot like a European Mediterranean restaurant. This time we visited there was an option to eat al fresco in the recently completed garden. Set beneath a pergola with outdoor lights suspended from it and nice planting, it was a very pleasant experience. The food is very good but falls short of authentic Italian. For example, the bread is good but served with butter rather than olive oil/balsamic and olives. And the service (which I've commented on approx a year ago) is too rushed. Please take a cue from Italy where people sit and converse with coffee after their meal! This is not the first time the check arrived before we had a coffee (we had a table at 6.30pm and the place was quiet so no reason for this). Getting these small elements right would really make it so much more relaxed and 'Italian'.
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