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Starting off, the calamari grigliati is exceptional – perfectly cooked, with a slight chargrilled flavour and a touch of lemon – as are the beautifully presented mussels, served in a light white wine sauce with tomatoes and fennel.
If you can get the osso buco on special, go for it – the beef falls of the bone, and cheese and gremolata cut through the richness of the tomato sauce. The seasonal vegetables served with mains are treated with respect – lightly seasoned, not overcooked. Also highly recommended are the tender and juicy costolette d’agnello with a port reduction sauce. Fish, seafood, chicken and a sizable pasta selection, including vegetarian options, are also on offer.
An exemplary crème brûlée stands out among classic Italian desserts such as tiramisu and panna cotta.
A good selection of wines from South Africa and Italy.
Staff are clued-up and friendly, from the booking to the end, and offer useful recommendations from the menu.
Relaxed and cosy, with formal table settings. Paintings displayed on the wall are available for buying or just browsing, adding a lovely touch to the experience.
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