Admittedly, this is more of a casual hangout more than an Italian establishment, as the place is open 24/7 and is great for a pizza or two after a hard night’s out partying. We liked the setting—inviting rattan chairs, ample space to chill out in, piped in downtempo tunes—perfect for a lazy afternoon. But, we were disappointed with our overall experience here. While the service was friendly enough, they were slow to top up our water and they got our choice of sauce for our main dish of tagliata controfiletto (240 grams of sirloin steak) wrong—we asked for black pepper, but they served us mushroom. The steak was prepared medium as requested, but it was bland and ordinary; we’ve had better at far cheaper joints. Ditto our spaghetti aglio olio, with its paltry serving of prawns and lack of any real taste. We had to add salt and pepper to make the dish even palatable. Our best dish was the starter of antipasto Unopuro, which came with generous slices of salami, mortadella, parma ham, black olives and cold vegetables. But even then, the olive oil that was drenched on the dish made it too salty. Disappointed, we totally skipped dessert. The food here is overpriced and under‑delivered, and unless the management comes up with a more attractive set lunch or dinner menu, we advise you to give this place a miss.