Moio is another one of those 2-3 small plates per person restaurants complete with ceramic plates and arse-numbing bar stools. The food is European-inspired and some of it is pretty good. Celeriac vichyssoise with frozen grapes is a tasty and unusual take on a classic, and ricotta cappelletti is perfectly nice. However, the flavours don’t match the price when it comes to other plates like tartare and pastrami. Despite that, Moio is still a perfectly nice spot to have a couple of glasses of good wine and some nibbles.
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