The waitress was friendly and very helpful especially as our Italian is a work in progress.She explained the ingredients of the many local dishes patiently and we chose a delicious tuna spaghetti dish and artichoke salad.This restaurant not perhaps the best choice for gluten intolerant people or vegetarians but otherwise for everyone else the food is wholesome and freshly made. You can tell the cook has talent.The pudding which was a ricotta stuffed sponge with brandy was delicious and the wine was good.The atmosphere is really super with lots of wine bottles and ancient weighing machinery neatly arranged in front of distressed brick walls. The lighting is not too harsh. I'd be very happy to take a friend there and it is on the 36/37 bus route so easy to get home from.
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