The restaurant style is rustic family Italian, which makes the atmosphere relaxed, if a bit loud. My main issue was that the lighting was awful which made it really hard to take nice pics! Our waiter was really friendly and quirky but didn’t seem to know much about even the basics of their menu, the cocktail list however, was surprisingly extensive and well priced.
As for the tagliatelle, the truffle didn’t add much to the pasta but the sauce was delicious and the pasta was cooked well.
Overall, it defiantly wasn’t the best Italian meal I’ve had in London, but for less then £20 and given it’s location on the heart of London I think it’s a good choice if your heading to the theatre or sightseeing near by.
What do you think of Jamie’s Italian?