Our second visit to Spritz confirmed our first impression - a middle tier restaurant with reasonably good food at an affordable price. It is a sort of working class restaurant, preferably eat and leave rather than linger around especially on a Saturday night which is normally busy. No booking is taken but staff will attend and find a spot with some shifting of tables if you are a couple or 4. Larger groups may take a little longer if Restaurant is busy. A group of 6 - we ordered chilli mussels, ravioli, gnocchi, seafood fettuccine and lasagne. My favourite was chilli mussels at $21 - not large but juicy mussels steamed in light tomato broth. Not spicy at all. I would prefer it with some chilli as the name suggested but yummy anyway. Bread came with it and I used it to wipe up the broth. We shared dishes and had a taste of each. Good all around. They happily brought empty plates to enable us to share. Service was "italian" and food came promptly from the kitchen despite large dining crowd. Can be noisy - so not a good spot for romantic night.
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