A great local Italian restaurant. Very welcoming and warm with great food and a great wine selection
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This restaurant no longer exists. New restaurant Reno's on same site. Tripadvisor is being very slow updating restaurants in this area.
Best food we ever had ! All changed the ambiance is clean and the actual family running the restaurant is great ! Reno came out of his kitchen to check if everything was ok ! And it was indeed ! Recommended 100% !! have always...More
Visited this gem for a birthday meal with family. Choice was great. Fantastic flavours. Great wines and warm and welcoming atmosphere. All plates totally cleared. Waiters polite and courteous. Will certainly be back soon. Thank you for a memorable evening.
Food here is nothing special. I had the veal, which was salty to the point of being inedible. The vegetables served with it were greasy and salty. My husband ordered a steak, which was good but overcooked. The restaurant was practically empty when we visited...More
we have been driving by this restaurant saying we must try it for months.well we finally did last night when we went with friends.everything was excellent- the food, the staff, the ambience. we shall certainly be returning! cannot recommend highly enough!
We generally have a rule of 'never go back', but our daughter convinced us to break it to celebrate her birthday...good call. Once again we had an outstanding meal, prepared with care and precision, backed up by well timed and thoughtful service. Angelo's passion as...More
We had the most fantastic fish barbecue yesterday (Sunday). Everything was cooked to perfection and the flavours were mouthwatering. Having visited Ruchetta during the week and had the most amazing meal, we did not think it could be equalled, but it was!!! The service was...More
Ruchetta is the perfect local Italian restaurant. The staff are so friendly and helpful, the food is excellent (a little rich but Italian food usually is!) and the atmosphere is wonderful and so relaxed. We sat outside in their garden and were transported to Italy.....More