‘Semplice e buona’ (‘simple and good’) is the motto of this family-run Italian in on foodie Marylebone High Street. Related to Getti on Jermyn Street, it promises a similar mix of blue and white colour schemes, tiled floors and wooden furniture plus a vibrant menu of trattoria classics with a few contemporary flourishes. Crowd-pleasers and Tuscan tributes range from calamari fritti and sautéed scallops with grilled courgettes to veal milanese and pastas such as ravioli filled with spinach, rocket and Gorgonzola. There are also a dozen pizzas to choose from, while desserts are calorific takes on tiramisu, chocolate cake and profiteroles. Alfresco tables are a boon when the sun shines, set lunches offer sound value at £13.50/16.50 for two/three courses, and there are some quaffable wines on the regional Italian list.
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