Here's some pictures of the inside..
This is the bar, right by the entrance, where you wait for your table - you can order olives and music bread to eat while you wait, but we were optimistic and just ordered a couple of cokes!:
I like these lanterns that were on the tables in the bar area..
So after about 15 minutes we were seated at our table.. not bad!
We admired the decor while we waited for our starters to show up.. these chandeliers reminded me of the ones we had in our hotel room in Venice!
Interesting wallpaper.. hmm..
Ooh! The starter arrived! After eyeing up the musical bread in the bar, we decided to order 'WORLD'S BEST OLIVES ON ICE: Large green olives with my special black olive tapenade and music bread'
and a 'SELECTION OF TOP ITALIAN BREADS: ocaccia, ciabatta, sourdough country bread, grissini sticks and 'snappy music bread' with lemon and rosemary gremolata served with single estate extra virgin olive oil and fine balsamic vinegar'
Yum! I went out and bought some of Jamie's balsamic for home after that..
Next up, my main was 'RAVIOLI CARAMELLE: Sweetie shaped and stuffed with pumpkin and ricotta cheese with breadcrumbs, parmesan and beautiful rosemary sauce'.. very delicious!
and James had 'PRAWN LINGUINI: Pan fried garlicy prawns with tomatoes, chilli, rocket and fennel'.. also very tasty!
Well, we thought it would be an awful shame not to sample the puddings while we were there.. so out came the Tiramiso and Panacotta! Wow, amazing! It would be worth a trip just to try all the puddings really! =) It was a very filling and delicious dinner, it could be a real problem having two nearby now though!!