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On the site formerly occupied by CAU (RIP), this local Italian serves up sunny Mediterranean
food in a contemporary setting of oak floors, bare tables pastel-green colours and comfy
leather seating, with a dramatic skylight topping things off. Food comes from an open
kitchen, and the menu covers the usual pasta, risottos and thin-crust pizzas, with back-up
from antipasti assemblages (prosciutto with fig salad and pomegranate dressing, for
example) and classic mains with a twist – perhaps panko-crusted calf’s liver with
caramelised onion and creamy mash or baked cod with bean and chorizo stew. Tuesday
night is pasta night and there’s slow-roasted porchetta on Sundays – just add a short list of
global wines and classic Italian cocktails.
33 High St
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