We were shown to our table, offered menus straight away and a drinks order taken, whilst we soaked up the inviting atmosphere. Whilst we browsed, our waiter for the evening, Louie, brought a tempting plate of warm and homemade bread, with balsamic vinegar, olive oil and a cracked black better butter, which was a real treat.
We chose the mussels, garlic and melted cheese crostini, served with balsamic vinegar and a minestrone soup, to start.
For main course we had a pepperoni and mushroom pizza and a generous bowl of Spaghetti Carbonara, which was absolutely fantastic, possibly the best Carbonara I’ve had in years, so I was thrilled.
This was all topped off with a fabulous helping of authentically Italian Tiramisu.
The restaurant was fully booked and had a lovely buzz to it. The students and tutors did a remarkable job and it’s clear to see how far along the students have come on their learning journeys.