gnocchi with a rich Abruzzese ragu of lamb, or pappardelle with with braised tripe, oxtail, or both.
Every thing is AMAZING
Excellent tasting menu. Wish they didn't make you pick only 3 courses
tasting pasta menu
Only ever order the tasting menu. Sit at the counter if you can. If they offer you specials, always say yes. Trust them implicitly and you'll have one of the best meals of your life.
The Pappardelle may be the best thing I have ever eaten. Great presentation, and great food overall. Definitely a place that I'll go back to.
Burrata with Tomatoes
Absolutely delicious! Don't miss the olive oil flight ^_^
Very excellent foodie experience. It was great to sit at the bar and watch the chef cook. Careful, it's expensive, but worth it.
Definitely not a two dollar sign restaurant as this site suggests. Take out a mortgage on the home. Lots and lots of fresh truffles and very, almost too, complex dishes. The desserts were the best.
The ribeye for two has a $65 added charge to it but it is worth every penny.
You need to eat this food.
I went here for my birthday dinner and tried the 5 course tasting menu, absolutely delicious. Sit at the bar to watch the chef work his magic.
Friendly service & great food. Try the waygu & rabbit for the mains! Very delicious.
Ask for seats at the bar, which boasts the best views in the house. Open views of the dynamic action in the kitchen.
Chef Nathan Lockwood was most recently at supper club The Ruins. Now he has his own little spot on Capitol Hill, serving seasonal Italian with Northwest flourishes. [Eater 38 Member]
The iberico pork is fantastic.
Get the basil snail tagliatelle.
If available, get the gnocchi ragu. And then four more.
Have anything and everything. Also best bread in Seattle!