A quick family meal before an aborted trip to view the Banshee of Inish-thing dinner at Sophie’s turned out to be the highlight of the evening (Marseilles, disappointingly, failing to beat Spurs later on).
It’s a simple enough offer but that’s what we wanted. A better than usual salad went alongside a shared Calabria pizza which had spicy sausage, a good sauce and a crispy base. House white slid down well and we left with appetite satisfied at a reasonable cost. An empty room when we got there soon filled up to the extent that even the basement was overflowing and the one server struggling to satisfy hungry pizza hounds.
It looks like they’re ready to open a pasta joint on Marchmont Street and if they do I hope they take on adequate staff. People can’t be expected to run a room on their own with demand like that.
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