In this Chelsea restaurant we found a comforting and reassuring Italian cuisine. The decor is questionable, there is a certain taste for kitsch, but the flavours speak of real and genuine cookery. Like the buckwheat tagliatelle with cardoncelli mushrooms and cheese, surpassed by an excellent cockerel with potatoes: perfectly cooked, juicy and well flavoured with aromatic herbs. The wine cellar is well stocked with fine Italian labels, the service is timely and never intrusive. We recommended new burrata, cavatelli pasta, tagliolini with butter, coniglio.