|5 Jordans Yard, Cambridge|
|They do very good italian food - mainly pasta, made on the premises.
All sorts of sauces, cream and tomato based, meat, seafood and veggies.
The specials are often interesting, the sweets are particularly bad!
It is very filling - too much pasta for me! And the last one I had
there was a little bit bland, but maybe I just make my pasta sauces
too thick and strong!
You can buy their pasta, cheese, drinks etc there, so take extra pennies!
|They coped admirably well with a party of 28, and the Grissini were
appreciated by all, especially Rob 4 packets Smith.
The Chianti Ruffino was also most excellent (although I only tasted it, what
with driving home and all).
|The tall-guy did pretty well with the grissini too (well, there's a lot of him
to feed), even if Derek couldn't aim them very well when throwing the packets
to the other end of the table. So well organised by Derek that he may get to
do it more often !
|Not wanting to put a downer on this (but doing it anyway, Ed), but I was most disappointed that a restaurant specialising in pasta didn't use fresh pasta.
|Meet in The Mitre, next door|