Broad bean and rosemary arancini (recommended to us by the waiter)
Caponata, aubergine and green olives (I can't help but order aubergine when it is on the menu)
Portland crab, scorched rossa lunga onions, apple
Farfalle, rabbit, peas and girolles (by far one of our favorite dishes we tried)
Risotto, San Marzano and Basil (quite rich)
Braised lamb shoulder, tuscan beans, celery and lemon
Stonebass, fennel and tomato (we saw others order the monkfish which would have been another good option)
Dishes are quite small, which is nice as you can order many and share (sort of like an Italian tapas). Angela was head chef that day, and I managed to ask for her autograph on the menu as we left (please see attached). For those of you familiar with the area, you may recall that this was once Ozer (part of a chain of Turkish restaurants in London). The layout is exactly the same, with an airy bright atmosphere upstairs due to the glass roof (although I can imagine it can get quite hot in summer). The only downside is that you go down several (perhaps it was only one) flight of stairs for the toilets. Staff were friendly but service was slow (might have been as it was the opening week).