"Fresh and tasty. I’ve eaten here a couple of times and each time I’ve been impressed. It’s a haven tucked away from the tourist bustle of Covent Garden and the outside area is a delight. The food is seasonal, fresh, well seasoned and perfectly cooked. The menu is somewhat confusing and would benefit from more explanation (especially in regards to specialty Italian meats and cheeses). Not everyone is fluent in obscure pasta shapes. Service was great (we got a broken pepper cellar twice however), and it overall experience was highly satisfactory. And a particular shout out to the mussels!!!"
"This place was wonderful. We had dinner outside, even with the heatwave it is enjoyable as there is a nice breeze. The staff was lovely and we were happy with all the dishes. I wouldn’t recommend going for the hummus & vegetable sticks though as it is quite basic. The scallops are totally worth it, and the spring salad was very refreshing. The highlight is definitely the dessert: we trued tiramisu and panacotta - both were amazing. It’s a great place to have quality Italian food. It does get a bit pricey but I understand they take good care of their sourcing and the quality of the raw ingredients, as well as the venue arrangement and decoration. Totally recommended :)"
"After wandering from restaurant to restaurant hoping to find a table my mother and I stumbled across this hidden gem. We were given an outdoor table, which was lovely as the whole ambience, with the plants, the candles and the blankets made the experience elegant and cosy. Our waiter was so kind and attentive, we told him we were in a rush to get to the theatre to see the ballet we had booked tickets for and he ensured our food got to us extremely fast. In ten minutes we had our meal, and it was so delicious. I would highly recommend the lamb and the mushroom risotto. It was a lovely dining experience and I would definitely go back."