We received a warm welcome when we visited for supper on a cold and wet March evening. Gino and his staff were very helpful and provided a great selection of food, starting with first class antipasto. Everything else was delicious as well.
The open fire with flames leaping up the huge chimney created a cosy and warm atmosphere.
Although it was a quiet evening in the restaurant, this was one of our most enjoyable meals because the staff made a genuine effort to give us a nice time and the food was excellent.
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