A bit off the beaten track but worth a diversion.
Had dinner in here on a Friday night having turned up with no reservation. Staff very friendly and happy to suggest when asked.
Pasta with onions and then meatballs.
The meatballs, while very nice, were made of finely minced meat, which might not be to everyone's taste. I'm more used to them being like minced meat.
The pasta was lovely. Sauce almost like very thick French onion soup, with a limp of slow cooked beef. Never had before but might have a crack at making when I get home.
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