Pulia with an invisible 'g' was sadly a let down. I chose the restaurant because of the stellar reviews on both this site and Google but it would appear I don't share the same opinion as most of the 5 star reviewers who have only ever reviewed one restaurant in their life.
The interior was open, airy, nicely lit and had an array of ingredients available to purchase so was happy with the comfortable setting. The menu was limited which is normally a good thing but nothing really leaped out at me so found it a struggle. In the end we started with some Apulian olives and opted for Orecchiette with "burrata hearts" and a Parmigiana for main. Guess we should have ordered more food but we were on a bit of a time restraint to get to a concert in Globe Theatre. At the prices charged I did seriously think we were going to be full though.
The olives looked great from a distance... big and bright green, but they tasted raw and lacked flavour. More time required ripening perhaps? The parmigiana was the highlight, just wish there was a bit more of it. Miso underwhelmed.