We’ve all heard the saying ‘less is more’, it’s appropriate here at Culto to use this phrase as once again for the second time in a month I had another delightful meal here. Really tasty authentic Italian food reflecting the rustic charm of the place reminding me of a little pizza restaurant I’ve visited when in Naples. The pizza oven dominates as you walk through the door bellowing out aromas of freshly baked dough, garlic, sweet tomato and freshly torn basil. A reminder of the simplicity of the food served here at Culto. No frills required just a small but tempting menu. The blackboard chalked up with classic pasta specials to tempt you even further. Once again we were greeted with a smile, attended to promptly and informed there would be a short wait for a table for four. Whilst waiting we shared a delicious tomato/ garlic pizza base and opted for an aperitif of the Italian cocktail ‘Aperol’, delicious! White wine for the table was recommended, an Italian Luisa Sauvignon Blanc priced at £30, served in an ice bucket fashioned from a re-cycled pomodorino can, looked so stylish. Overall once again Culto delivered a great tasty Italian food experience and if you don’t finish all your pizza you can take it home with you. I shall look forward to returning again soon.