On a very hot evening in June, our party of four were lucky to find a table which had just been vacated outside the restaurant. Staff were very friendly and helpful despite being incredibly busy both inside and with the outside tables. The owner/head chef is Sardianian and imports much of the authentic ingredients from his homeland. This was unlike any Italian food I’d experienced. Delicately balanced flavours, sublime textures and superb presentation.The Sardianan white wine we chose (we had mainly seafood and vegetarian dishes) was ever so slightly sweet but had great minerality and was an excellent combination with our mains. They even have their own Sardinian beer, which was a very pleasant and welcome precursor to our dinner on a balmy night. The desserts were outstanding. Talking with the owner, it is clear that it’s his belief and passion for what he’s doing that has seen this small restaurant survive the pandemic lockdowns. He’s got willing and knowledgeable staff. You find no pizza on this menu!