Nice little restaurant but quality of food was not great. I had the Bruschetta to start with and it was way too crunchy seemed like it was made out of stale bread that had gone really hard! I then had the spinach cannelloni as my...More
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The food is beautiful, the staff were friendly. We were seated in a corridor with only a radiator on one side of us, and a bush the other side, it felt odd and we found t wait to leave. If you suffer with claustrophobia, I...More
Just celebrated my 70th lunch here with my family. All the generations enjoyed the food. Service was fanatastic happy obliging staff and really great food. Would highly recommend.
We went to la casa expecting an authentic Italian meal ! We were left disappointed My wife ordered the chefs special to start scallops in the chefs own sauce (hienz tomato soup ) I ordered crab claws which turned out to be imitation from Iceland...More
This restaurant serves the best pasta that I have ever eaten and the staff do it with a smile - albeit service itself may be rather slow on occasion. When we were last here I had the spaghetti carbonara and my partner had the chicken,...More
Staff dismissive when we arrived - a smile is always welcoming. My food was very peppery and left an unpleasant greasy taste in the mouth. Tiny portions of vegetables and frozen wedges passed off as sauté potatoes. The spaghetti accompanying the veal looked as though...More
Lovely little place, love the bridge at the entrance. Welcomed at a nice little booth almost like a hotel which was a nice touch. Nice atmosphere and staff very friendly and went beyond expected which was so nice. Food was great, really tasty handmade pizzas....More