Very disappointing. Ordered the fillet steak with wild mushrooms, medium rare. What arrived didn't look or taste like a fillet steak at all - perhaps a trimmed sirloin. It came well done, with a thick gloopy sauce that felt like it came from a packet. To top it off the 'wild' mushrooms were sliced button mushrooms. Felt pretty cheated paying 20 quid for this, and when I asked the waitress to check regarding the type of steak, there was some shouting of 'beef steak' coming from the kitchen, and she never returned! They also auto-tipped themselves. Al Forno, up the road, has served me great fillet steak in the past, has a home cooked feel to it, and is better value - I just didn't feel that La Nonna had much of a clue about food, sorry. Perhaps their pasta dishes are better, but not sure I'll be giving it a second chance.