Ventured into this Italian mainly for a cuppa to refresh our weary bodies but we were dazzled by the price of the menu and decided to have a little more.
The menu ranges from breakfasts, soup, baked potatoes, pasta, pizza, calzone, panninis and the price, enough to have a banquet! Pastas are around the £5 mark and came in huge bowls as did the filling soup. The peroni beer was only £1.95 a bottle too, a bargain!
The group had two beers, tea, milkshake, minestrone soup, pannini, antipasta for four (£4.95!!) and a caramel cake sundae all for around £22.
The only downside was the service, it was slow, we had to catch the waitresses eye to get any part of the service
Open: 8am-6pm Mon to Sat & 10am-4pm Sun
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