2 menus: traditional and contemporary // 2 ambiences: modern and rustic // 1 love for customers and food
Great wine selection
Always get the asparagus special appetizer... Always
Pasta home Made !!!!!
Excellent italian ... Great service...do not miss the tiramisu
Paolo is a terrific host. Delicious pastas cooked to perfection, great texture. Even the simple spaghetti pomodoro is divine.
great as usual!
Try the Filletto Al Balsamico Con Pancetta E Cipolle
Try the Gnocchi Ai 4 Formaggi
Try the Gnocchi Ai Formaggi
Try the Rigatoni Con Fave E Pancetta
Try the Bigoli Al Ragu D'agnello
Try the Polpette Al Pomodoro Gratinate
Try the Polenta e funghi
Try the Crocchette Di Ricotta E Tonno
Not revisiting. Fried calamari, spaghetti dish and the filet mignon were all way too salty. The option 3 dessert called the "chef's interpretation" needs major reinterpretting because it was awful.
Pasta dishes here taste like they are fresh made. I had the spinach and ricotta ravioli and meatballs, both were really good!
Risotto was yummy
Food is good. Service is superb, staff are attentive. Highly recommended.
No exaggeration, the BEST tiramisu I have ever had. Amazing service. Get the fillet. You won't be disappointed.
Oh my god! This place is DELICIOUS! Had the lasagne and tiramisu. Awesome awesome awesome!! Thank you guys!!
Fantastic service, food, and by far the best tiramisu I've ever had!
Please don't come here. So I can.
The meatballs and sauce are fantastic! They make a great snack with red wine.
Really good food!Service was awesome!!
Love the ambiance! Amazing food..try the homemade gelato and perfect lasagna bolognese!
Excellent food . Italian with style
Squid ink risotto - looks big but tastes so compelling u'll inhale it. Orange soy glazed pork was really tender and delicious too. For a light-ish dessert, go for the chocolate napoleon.
Lasagna bolognese was super good - a little pricey for that kind of dish, but still recommend.
friendly, noisy Italian where you meet the owners. Tagliolini w black truffle & Bottarga, Salmon w sambuca, tarragon. photos at: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=140283&id=765634189&l=1d8fea56ee
Why would you bring your own bottle of wine to an Italian restaurant run by Italians? The list is quite extensive for a little place. Just saying.
Decent food is marred by an undisclosed corkage fee. Don't go there!!
Don't get stung by the $25 corkage fee! They'll expect you to buy a few bottles of their own wine if you expect them to waive the fee.
Chocolate cake = chocolate heaven.
Get the ravioli with butter sauce - incredible!