Dined in there on 7/8/13 and was disappointed at the service, food and the manager was a walking joke. Items were added to my bill that weren't ordered and they added a service charge even though the bill said 'service not included!' Perhaps they had counted on me not being so attentive? The manager looked very angry with me as I sent the bill back twice to get adjusted. This used to be a good restaurant, but after today's experience, I would neither go back nor recommend this restaurant to anyone.
La Figa Restaurant
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Want to know where Londoners go for get-away-from-it-all dining? Look no further than La Figa, an Italian restaurant where charming service and good food go hand-in-hand with relaxation. Hidden away from the busy streets of central London in newly fashionable Limehouse, La Figa is a bit of a hidden gem, the sort of place that everybody knows about but really does want to keep to themselves. Bright and cheerful, the interior is entirely modern with an upbeat, almost canteen-y feel to its simple furnishings and glorious pantone-esque colour scheme, which just can’t fail to make you smile. Glorious cocktails of every flavour, colour and aroma are accompanied by great Italian food here at La Figa, the menu as relaxed as the dining room, offering the best of traditional Italian food with a coastal, sunshine-infused flavour throughout. The La Figa kitchen uses typical ingredients in pizza, pasta, meat and fish dishes to evoke sun drenched holidays and bustling piazzas.