My wife and I ate lunch hear inside the small but tastefully designed restaurant on an early November Saturday. We were pleasantly surprised.
First, the lady who served us was multi-lingual, very kind, and very efficient. We ordered quickly, and received our drinks and olive bread -- which was delicious -- with minimal delay. For our meals, I ordered spaghetti with clams, which was chock full of the bivalves, albeit not as hot (temperature wise) as I would have liked. My wife ordered gnocchi with truffles. The gnocchi were more the size of pierogi (varenyky), but tasty.
Other customers seemed pleased with both the food and the service. The music playing in the background was mainly traditional rock, but thankfully not too amplified.
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