We got take-away from them; a Calzone and a proscuitto/mushroom risotto, and a nice spinach salad as a side. The salad was very interesting with cured beetroot and I would definitely recommend. The (wood fired )calzone had a feta cream as well as mozarella, which is unusual (at least for me, I am used to ricotta). This was very rich indeed. My wife thought her risotto was okay without being memorable. The restaurant was certainly popular.
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