Brothers Antonio, Pasquale and Simone Cozzolino bring a taste of Mount Vesuvius to the Glasgow Royal Exchange Building, having frown up on the family's tomato farm in the shadow of the volcano on the Bay of Naples. They have big-city finesse, too, having worked for Francesco Mazzei at Sartoria in London's Mayfair.
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"A brash and grand new Italian; ambitious, really committed to its Italian wine list and to weaning its crowd off premium champagne towards the Franciacorta options. The red wines were charming, the pastas excellent and the meat and fish options looked promising,"
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31 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, G1 3AJ
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