The decoration and atmosphere was quite nice, cozy, and intimate. The staff were excellent, very friendly and attentive.
Unfortunately the food was a bit of a let-down. The scamorza dish was just melted mozzarella covered by a bland tomato sauce - heavy and boring, tasted like scraping the top off a pizza. The slow-cooked egg was alright, but nothing to write home about. I had the fish with vegetables which was ok, and came with the same bland tomato sauce as the scamorza. I did enjoy the gnocchi which seemed homemade, but the dish could have benefitted from a little more asparagus.
Generally the food wasn't particularly great, and rather expensive for what was offered.
I'd come for a drink next time, but have dinner elsewhere.
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