The wooden interior and well-worn rugs lend the joint a homey feel. The dinner menu lists the usual suspects well made, like crispy, fresh bruschetta and tomato bocconcini salad on a bed of fresh basil, as well as generous portions of crab in the roasted red pepper and artichoke linguini. Creamy spaghetti carbonara, chicken parmesan, and veal osso bucco round out the all-hits list. At lunchtime on weekdays they offer a truncated menu heavier on pizzas and salads. The wine list is a nice mix of old and new world with a clear favouritism for Italy. A welcome escape from the bustle of Robson.