Attentive service, delicious sauces and big glasses of wine, plus a refreshingly relaxed attitude to children make this a welcoming place. There is an ... More
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Attentive service, delicious sauces and big glasses of wine, plus a refreshingly relaxed attitude to children make this a welcoming place. There is an extensive menu, including some great pasta dishes and pizzas cooked in a wood oven. The Edinburgh branch of this national chain is famous for turning away superstars. The story goes that after the big music festival, T in the Park, in Glasgow, the performers rushed through to this great Italian restaurant for their well earned grub. Mick Jagger (allegedly), on being told there were no tables, started on the "Don't you know who I am?" routine, to which the door staff replied that they were still full. So, learn from others' mistakes and book ahead! Average cost GBP 15.
Ive never been i would like to go
i want to see the Edinburgh Dungeon...it looks scary.
i also want to go to lake loch ness in Inverness, Scotland.
i have no clue if is close to Edinburgh or not. I'm doing a stupid project right now where i have to write about a pilgrimage to Scotland....thats why i'm even at this website.
You are just a number more, and the food is not bad, simple, quick, just nice looking, too expensive for this quality, but better that any take away, poor copy of real italian cusine. dont leave your money there.
Place was heaving with people when we arrived at 7.30pm on a tuesday night!, music good and atmousphere really good, waiter was busy but attentive - cocktails prompt and tasty and the 3 courses that we each had were very fresh and appealing .
Not too expensive either so i wouldnt hesitate to return.
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