The cuisine and wines of Piedmont (or more specifically the Langhe region of Piedmont) are at the heart of this excellent operation. If you love beautiful Italian wine, fresh, moreish cooking, and the convivial atmosphere of a group of Italian foodies doing what they love, then you should get down here. The tables and chairs are well spaced, comfortable and look reassuringly expensive. Cheese, tapenade, olives and salamis are served with plenty of bread (great to share, and cheap too). With an Italian deli, coffee shop and two more Italian restaurants in the same development, not for nothing is this area commonly known as the Italian Quarter.