Lovely family runs the restaurant. Menu is limited so probably would not go back often unless you found something on it you really liked. Overall a very pleasant good meal that I would easily redo occasionally.
we started with the octopus platter, a combo I had not had before but really enjoyed. My entree was tabbouleh and lentil balls served with three sauce choices (dried tomaot, eggplant puree or hummus). My wife had veal in a tuna sauce , a classic but one we have never made, at least not yet.
The dessert was a rictta/mascarpone cake, which was more like a pie filling in that it was light and gelatin like. Different but enjoyable. Finished up with a Limoncello and a darl licorice like liqueur I'm still not sure if I liked.
(If you like the styling in the WC, complement the waitress, She and her mother designed them when they felt the originals felt to much like a hospital WC.
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