The menu has a greater emphasis on pasta and risotto dishes than previously, although there are still a good range of starters, mains and specials. I had the lasagne and my friend went for a risotto with courgette and gorgonzola. Service was speedy but when we arrived it was quite empty (it filled up pretty quickly though). The lasagne really hit the spot - good meat sauce, pasta not too heavy (though not as feather light as you can get it if you make it yourself), right amount of bechamel. In fact I was enjoying it so much that I have no idea whether the risotto dish was any good!
The waiter said that the new chef had previously worked for Carluccio's so I guess that might explain the shift to pasta/risotto. Certainly the lasagne compares very favourably. And the Chianti was pretty good too :)