Food was a bit tasteless and nothing special at all (we had the cannellini pasta and the tomato tagliatelle), staff wasn't really that attentive or showed much personality, we got a table right under the aircon (although there were many other tables) it was freezing and we had to ask 4 times to get them to shot down the aircon. Overall had looked really forward to try this place and ended up being quite unhappy and disappointed about the experience.
The food is amazing here and the wine is even more superb. I am really surprised this place isn't more busy but it could be we were there during an off peak time. I highly recommend this place for foodies and wine enthusiasts.
A cute little Italian place at the top of brick lane which looked very promising, though unfortunately most of the food was a little on the salty side. The pomaio chips for example were more crisps with too much salty and were overly oily making them chewy rather than crispy which was a shame. The boar polenta was ok - if a little on the sweet side . The polenta was also overly creamy. The meat and cheese board was nice if a little on the small side.
Authentic tuscan food in a trendy part of London. Appetisers all fantastic, wine great (and good value), good fun
Great personal service. Great food. Fun experience
Great Italian food with very traditional dishes so quite nice to have a change from the classic Italian restaurant menus.
They also have a very good wine selection.
The staff is very friendly and always happy to answer question.