RESTAURANT REVIEW. There was once a time when food was served by waiters and not fussily arranged on your plate by young aspiring chefs after wiping the sweat from the faces with the backs of their hands.
Restaurants emphasised good food, professionally served and overseen by a supremely competent restaurant manager; the ego of the chef was not a factor.
This brings me, seamlessly, to La Capannina in Halkett Place. Opened in 1966, it remains a beacon for those who appreciate good food professionally served. Tino Rossi, the proprietor all these years, makes sure a good value set price menu is always on offer to offset the choice offered to those whose budgets far exceed the normal.
Thus it is that the lunch menu at