The Casa isn’t a restaurant it’s an institution, a meeting place, a place to start a place to finish. The food is great but it’s not fine dining, you don’t come here for that. The Casa’s where business people sit next to bikers, next to scallies, next to families, next to loved up couples.
It’s for birthdays and for celebrations, it’s for every day and special days. It’s where the girls share their tales after a days shopping, the reds and blues discuss the game (depends who’s home), groups on their way to gigs, shows or clubs plan their evening. Where children can chatter and nobody notices. Where waiters work at 300mph, where waiting for a table is the norm (its disappointing if you don’t).