It's not table service so I went up to the cash register to order. The chap that took my order was pretty brusque but we'd been to DOC in Mornington where service and warmth doesn't abound so I figured this was definitely from the same family!
We shared the small antipasto which had generous amounts of prosciutto, some bresaola and salami and then a small ball of mozzarella and a small triangle of either pecorino or parmesan accompanied by 4 chunks of bread drizzled with olive oil. It's simple fare but darn tasty and authentic and we really enjoyed the quality of this produce.
The lasagne was traditional with layers of ragu and rather than bechamel there was gooey melted mozzarella. Flavours were spot on. I'd have liked it browned on top I think but this was still yummy. The parpadelle was al dente with garlicky oily goodness and slippery mushrooms. Another simple but yummy dish.
We actually stayed a while as we had a bottle of wine to finish and we didn't feel rushed, We saw others come and go, some for coffee and a toasted sandwich, others for a plate of pasta and everyone seemed to enjoy the Italian goodness. A great stop for something quick, tasty and authentic.