The interiors are well lit to suit your mood for a fine dining Italian meal. First, you're served bread straight out of the oven with delicious dips all on the house.
I took the Peach passion mocktail which was just perfectly tangy and sweet at the same time with an orange slice garnish.
Also loved the Blueberry mojito.
Today I decided to try an antipasti platter that included Chicken souvlaki - which is the Greek version of the Middle Eastern kebab, made of meat - marinated in lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, oregano, salt and pepper and grilled on skewers, Grilled shrimps and chicken salads with fried mushrooms.
Followed by a Barbeque chicken pizza that is loaded with cheese, olives, barbequed chicken and finished with thinly sliced sun-dried tomatoes. It is thin crust and perhaps one of the best pizzas I've had so far.
For the main course, I started with some Grilled chicken with roasted potatoes - the chicken is grilled with its skin and I'm a huge fan of the same. However, if you don't want it with the skin, you can simply ask them to make it without the same.
Also had the Fillet of snapper seared lightly served alongside mild lemon butter sauce that adds some tanginess to it.
You can also consider the Penne Milanese - your basic penne pasta in their special Milanese sauce.
Coming to my most favourite part of the entire meal, of course, the desserts. My most favourite is the Chocolate ganache on a tart base topped with a quenelle of peanut butter mousse and a lot of rich caramel sauce. It was eclectic till the last bite and I could not anything but crave for more. It's a sinful dessert for real.
You can also consider their signature dessert that consists of vanilla panna cotta, an almond semi Fredo and a chocolate mousse - each element is crafted with sheer perfection.
The staff is really efficient in making sure that you have am outstanding meal.