The food here was very good traditional Italian. The building itself is quite beautiful with a little history room upstairs making it worth a trip to the toilet even if you don't need to go!
We ate a very nicely flavoured spider crab, some incredibly sweet and tender razor clams and a seafood risotto and the best tiramisu.
Lots of people eating the pizzas which also looked lovely but we were craving seafood.
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