A low-key doorway leads down from the main drag of Sauchiehall Street to this basement bistro, which has an airy and comfortable atmosphere thanks to uncluttered wooden tables, stripped floors and warm reds. Familiar starters include bruschetta, crostini and minestrone as well as generous wedges of deep-fried breaded mozzarella and the house p�t� whose savoury flavour is enlived by citrus overtones. Well-executed pasta dishes feature popular classics and plenty of seafood options. The ample choice of meat and seafood main courses sees typically Italian dishes � such as a tender chicken stuffed with a tasty mix of Parma ham, asparagus and mozzarella � rub shoulders with a handful of global choices such as stroganoff, piri piri chicken and Cajun salmon.
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