Neither the location nor the frontage appear very promising at first, but look beyond appearances for decent Italian food at a good price. A weekday evening was busy with tourists and regulars in the know. The plain interior is a little unimaginative, but the many windows at the back lift the room.
Although bruschetta was made with flavoursome olive oil and a good sprinkling of oregano, the bread beneath was lacklustre. Next, salmon tagliatelle came with mushrooms and spring onions in a creamy sauce; equally delicious was plump cannelloni. From a small list of salads, meat and fish dishes, pan-roasted guinea fowl with Italian-style roast potatoes and vegetables proved an excellent choice. We ended the meal with tiramisu: we planned to share one between two, but liked it so much we ordered a second.