With its bright contemporary interiors, scarlet walls and disco balls, Gianni’s isn’t your typical provincial trattoria, but it finds favour with the business crowd, courting couples, families and parties – thanks largely to its come-as-you-are attitude, keen prices and varied food. The menu takes a tour of Italy, taking in stuzzichini snacks, antipasti, pasta and pizzas as well as various daily meat and fish specials. Kick off with prosciutto con pecorino or garlicky sautéed king prawns with borlotti beans, chilli, sage and white wine before tackling a plate of fritto misto, ravioli filled with duck ragù, saltimbocca all romana or baked breast of chicken with tomato, speck and asiago cheese. Early-bird menus, kids’ deals and a mixed bag of international wines complete the package. Gianni’s also offers a takeaway service.