Had a lovely evening here with friends. Atmosphere is very pleasant, service is friendly and the food is very good (and surprisingly reasonable!).
I had the bruschetta to start and it was the only dish to not quite hit the mark (having toasted the bread, the oil/tomato had not had time to soak into and soften it so that it was very crispy to bite). The veal was fabulous and having eaten so well, I could only manage a scoop to the ice cream, which was exceptional!
Justifiably busy place with a great musician who played requests on the piano, a mouth organ, an accordion or a tin whistle. Versatile indeed. I would not hesitate to recommend
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