Spotted this on the London Restaurant Review blog and followed up by looking at their fairly incomplete flashy website.
Here's what the Guardian has got to say about it:
"The trend for delivering Cheap and fast gastro-grub continues apace with this deceptively unprepossessing number. Communal tables offer all-day dining which includes antipasti and salads of a reasonable quality, but the main attraction is the ravioli. Made off-site, the pasta parcels include a fine butternut squash variety and even better beef ravioli. The self-assembly "choose your sauce or oil" option to make your meal is uncomfortably reminiscent of fast food joints. But the quality of those sauces and oils - especially of a golden, Sicilian first press extra virgin olive oil - is a pleasant surprise. While the ravioli are plentiful, well-priced and perfectly good, desserts are in an entirely different league. The flavours of a lemon and basil sorbet brought out with rock salt makes for an astonishing ice; while unusually creamy passion fruit ice cream is enhanced with chilli. The Sicilian olive oil returns, mixed with honey. Karina Mantavia
1 Balham Station Road, SW12 (Tel: 020-8772 0433) price per head £15"
Sounds really good to me. Cowie, let's go soon as a follow up to our brilliant meal at Paddyfield. Maybe we should set up a blog called Around Balham With a Paunch!