This is a restaurant cum café, which has soft-hued wooden furniture and racks with beautifully laid out products from Italy. The lighting is really bright with chalk work on one of the blackened walls. The fresh and creamy burrata cheese complements the tanginess of the vine and semi-dried cherry tomatoes in the burrata con pomodorini. Generous amounts of extra virgin olive oil are poured all over it with some fresh basil. The crowd-pleasing salad to look out for is the one with the freshest prawns, calamari, juicy mussels, clams with mixed lettuce with some appetising lemon vinaigrette dressing.