Time Out says
This city centre branch of the popular, high-end Italian chain keeps things authentic. Its menu ranges from authentic antipasti options such as bruschetta pomodoro and beef carpaccio to risottos, pasta and seafood secondis. The pizza preparation follows Neapolitan techniques, with sourdough bases cooked in a wood-fire oven.
There's a good range of wines available by the glass, with most of the bottles coming from France, Italy and other old world regions. They make a mean martini, too.