It is a classic looking venue on Old Compton Street in a popular part of Soho, also featuring a shop selling various glassware, china and other delights.
The menu is small, but very much perfectly formed and consists of coffee, wine cocktails, food and takeaway cocktails.
Food is simple, Mediterranean classics such as burrata salads, caponata, Italian cheeses and charcuterie.
The wines are select and as well as the cocktails listed on the menu, bar staff are also happy to suggest and make classic cocktails should you have a preference.
The drinks list is small but perfectly former and why not just stick to a handful of drinks that can be made perfectly?
Cocktails are all £13, unless you’re drinking the House Negroni, which is £8 and more than worth trying.
On the menu, drinks include the Spritz Termini, made using Beefeater Gin, rhubarb cordial, Aperol and Prosecco; the Marsala Martini is made with Beefeater Gin, Marsala Dolce, dry vermouth and almond bitters; and Death in Venice is made using Campari, grapefruit bitters and Prosecco.
Takeaway bottles include the House Negroni in various sizes, as well as a selection of other negronis, the Terrior and the Old Fashioned.