This authentic, modern Italian restaurant offers guests a wonderful choice of homemade dishes. Cosy surrounds, an intimate ambience and gentle Italian background music create a pleasant atmosphere that’s perfect for couples and small groups. Nothing is too much trouble for friendly host, owner and superb chef Oliver De Iaco. We were welcomed with complimentary bruschetta followed by antipasti starters of calamari fritti and vellutata di pomodoro – a velvety tomato soup with basil, garlic and cream crostini. For the main course I opted for tagliatelle with a delightfully rich Bolognese sauce and a generous sprinkling of Parmesan. My companion plumped for the scaloppine alla pizzaiola – delectable pan-fried veal in creamy white wine sauce accompanied by mushrooms, green beans and potatoes. We rounded off the evening in thoroughly indulgent style, with tasty helpings of strudel di mele and tiramisu accompanied by rich, aromatic Italian coffees.