We ate here on Easter Monday evening, and first of all were pleased that it was open that night (some restaurants were not). We were greeted by our friendly waitress, and told all the day's specials.. rather an overwhelming list, which might have been a little easier to 'digest' had it been written down. Our food, once we ordered (just from the menu) came fairly quickly. We were given bread first, strangely without butter; but, once we asked for some, it was quickly brought. Our meals were very good.. but I wouldn't say extraordinary. My Lasagne was delicious, if not actually 'towering' (as described in the menu); one of our party had the Sicilian Meatballs on Spaghetti which, in my opinion, consisted of some of very rubbery minced beef and not nearly enough spice; the other person had the Seafood Pasta, which oddly (though true to the menu) only contained shrimp, but otherwise looked good. The litre carafe of Valpolicella is probably the best buy for fans of red wine, because the wine in general is expensive; indeed, so is the food.. really, for what it was. So, all in all.. good food, a nice atmosphere.. but NOT amazing.
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