Food and drink
Huge, and I mean huge, portions of traditional Italian cooking. The calzones really are bigger than your head (unless you have a tiny head). There are truly decent house wines for £10.90.
I love the fusilli with king prawns, courgettes and cream sauce (£8.50), though the pizzas are ideal if you’re craving a carb rush.
Locals adore this place for its friendliness and honest food. It’ll be a sad night when there isn’t a big group enjoying a celebration of some kind.
Cute and cheeky Italian waiters are incredibly helpful.
Opposite Oddfellows on Lower Bridge Street. Parking can be found on street. It’s a short detour uphill where the walls meet the river at the Old Dee Bridge.
Very good value - £7-8 for most pizza and pasta dishes.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Stag / hen parties
- Special occasions