Located on a corner site framed by manicured box hedges and olive trees, stylish and modern Uno puts most of the big chains in the shade with its unashamedly chic design and sharp cooking. The
smart, light-filled dining room is decked out with rich ebony panelling, arty wall hangings and fresh flowers, while a conservatory space at the back features orange silk tones and sumptuous
chocolate leather seating around a black granite bar. The swanky interior design belies a competitively priced menu dominated by a pizzas, pastas and trattoria standards: beef carpaccio and
wild-boar ravioli have gone down well, but the kitchen also turns its hand to gnocchi in goats’ cheese sauce, almond-crusted lamb rib with pistachios or baked halibut with fennel, mussels and
saffron sauce. The Italian regional wine list has plenty below the £30 mark.