If you are tempted by the great-value degustation menu, as we were on our first visit, make sure that you are very hungry! Our first course was the selection of antipasti, which were excellent and plentiful. In fact, we could have stopped there! But, there was much more to come, and it was very good, indeed.
On our subsequent visits, we wisely shared dishes, and so were able to taste several courses, without leaving delicious food on our plates.
Everything, including the wine is great quality and very modestly priced.
The lovely man running the trattoria is very concerned that his customers are happy. Seems like a labour of love, because his profit margin cannot be very big.
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