I went last night for a work event and, having read reviews beforehand, I was not very optimistic. The atmosphere was great, we sat at 5 so the restaurant was not crowded and the staff were attentive and friendly. The main issue I had was the fact that a great deal of my favourite foods that were on the menu, now also contained chilli, which makes me very ill. I imagine if sat on a table for 3 or 4, you can ask the chef to make you a prawn linguine without the spice, however being on a table for 28 people it wasn't an option. Having Italian in-laws also made me aware of how the menu was jazzed up a bit from traditional Italian food, which personally I don't like! I had the Mushroom Frittas for a starter and they were delicious, however the pot that they were artfully displayed in also contained a very large ball of scrunched up paper, meaning that you got a lot less than the appearance of the dish suggested. The general opinion on this course was very good, as was the selection of drinks. Being a very large group we didn't have to go to the bar at all as the waiting staff kept a close eye on our drinks! The main course was also good for most people, I had the pheasant however, which was not a very good choice! The bones had been broken up enough that every time I took a bite I would find an unexpected crunch, and it was over-grilled. The fried livers were nowhere to be seen, but I also had funky chips and salad, both of which were amazing! Don't order any sides if you're on a low-salt diet though! Again for dessert I made the wrong choice (Ice cream) as the portion size was ridiculously small and the fruit topping had bits of the stone still floating around. The tiramisu was well-received, as was the majority of the other options. As this meal was work funded, we could all order sides and drinks enough to fill the glaring lack of quantity on each dish, but I would never go here on my own as the prices are very inflated. Don't expect anything other than a rip-off!