Nick went for oven roasted Chorizo in a red wine jus with some sourdough sticks and salad. It was really high quality Chorizo and tasted delicious.
I went for a Brushcetta to start - sourdough brushed with garlic butter and topped with chopped tomatoes, fresh basil and pesto. There was plenty of the tomatoes and salad which went beautifully with the pesto. The bread is really light and tasty.
Nick went for the "No. 6" pizza- Tomato, mozzarella, fiery n'duja sausage paste, salami + roquito peppers. There was a good amount of kick and the pizza was cooked perfectly. The sourdough base is crispy and light, much better than the big chain restaurant pizzas!
We were super full and unale to try any of their delicious desserts :(
Food ***** Service **** Atmosphere ****