Its more like a quaint, family-run trattoria that, as a tourist, youd stumble upon while meandering through the tiny cobbled streets in Italy; rather than a restaurant found on the busy St Pauls Road in Highbury, London. But thats all part of Trullo's appeal.
Inside is a welcoming atmosphere where the aromas of freshly produced dishes waft from the buzzing open kitchen. Romantic lighting casts a warm, amber glow that oozes from the large glass windows out onto the dark street. In contrast to the heavy, dark wooden floor and chairs, there are brilliant white tablecloths upon every table, with low-hung lighting creating an inviting mood over each dish.