Immediately when we walked up to this skinny restaurant tucked away near Richmond park we knew it was going to be good. It was a recommendation from a friend of a friend and didn’t disappoint.
The narrow, steep, wonky and creaky two flights of stairs to get to the toilets at the top of the restaurant only adds to this restaurants charm.
The waiter was pleasant and welcoming and we were sat at the first table closet to the front of the restaurant.
We ordered three starters from the menu, Aubergine in a tomato sauce topped with mozzarella, prawns in a chilli and tomato sauce and squid stuffed with Italian vegetables, baked and covered in tomato sauce. All were delicious, but the baked aubergine was melt in the mouth and cheesy, and by far everyones favourite
The complimentary bread to mop up the sauce and the bottle of Chianti and Merlot was perfect. Mains were seafood pasta, 2 x lamb Ragu and a carbonara. All were fantastic, just the right portion and the pasta cooked perfectly. Deserts were tiramisu, Affogato and Cannoli. Which again hit the spot, even though we were already full.
Total bill came to approx £140 with service charge for four people.
Would definitely recommend.