Visited this restaurant twice in a row.
Firstly, value for food is great.
First took the Pizza, which was great (maybe a bit too oily).
Then took pasta as a first plate and tagliata as a second.
Pasta was very good, But the tagliata was amazing! Served in a hot pan
as fine rare beef which ends up cooking to Medium until you finish the dish.
Hence you would get a taste range from rare to medium, which was a great experience.
My only criticism, is the lack of planning of time from antipasto to starter to main dish.
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