Aged beef carpaccio was a beautiful melt-in-your-mouth entree, served with shaved parmesan, capers and fresh rocket leaves as soft as the meat.
We smashed through a bowl of clam tagliolini, probably the best pasta I’ve eaten this year — a lethal combination of chilli, garlic, tomato and seafood wrapped around some big mouthfuls of carbohydrate. It was the sort of dish you couldn’t stop eating.
What a find. I’d eat here any day of the week, and though it’s not very fancy or fine you should remember it next time you need to feed some good friends. They’re pouring a lot of love into this food — visit as soon as possible and make the most of it.