Had lunch here on our last day in Scotland before heading home to Belgium. We started off with a Focaccia Siciliana, a pizza-like bread covered in rocket, olive oil and parmesan shavings. My wife then went for three different starters: bruschetta, deep-fried buffalo mozzarella balls, and shrimp with tomatoes, garlic and chilli. My mate and I had pasta. The food was stunning. We washed it down with a bottle of Gavi to start with, then a bottle of Amarone (16%) with the pasta: not cheap, but utterly brilliant. This is an excellent Italian restaurant, and good value-for-money (provided you stay away from the Amarone wine!).
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