Anyway given we wanted find somewhere close to the office where we could sit at a table, have some drinks and get some food at 4pm meant that options were limited.
Anyway we arrived just after 4pm and after a brief moment of confusion where they were expecting us at 5pm we were quickly seated at a long table. The ambience was nice with chandeliers and dark wood decor. Quite Italian in feel. Our long table had a narrow trough running down the whole length filled with little pebbles. At first this was quite novel especially as people had written little messages on the stones but then it was quickly realised that they were probably pretty dirty and germ infested!
Service was attentive. Our glasses were kept full and we were asked regularly if we needed to order any more drinks. They were out of a number of bottles of sauvignon blanc but we were able to find something acceptable.
There was also calamari, chicken skewers, duck quesadilla, belly pork with some morcilla, garlic mushrooms, octopus and prawns on skewers. The majority of the tapas was good. The calamari needed a good shaking of salt and the octopus didn't seem too popular. I think that's because it was octopus but also it was a little bland.
As if that wasn't enough, next came pizzas - basil pesto, fior de latte, toasted walnuts and also chicken, pumpkin, pine nuts, pecorino as well as lots of bowls of chunky chips with aioli. I think by this stage we were pretty full so we didn't do justice to the pizzas. The pesto pizza needed more seasoning and I found it dry. The chicken pizza was better but just too full. The salty chips went down well though.
Overall Terra Rossa did what we needed it to. It's not a destination I would hurry back to because there are better places close by but it was pleasing enough.