Went here for dinner with family of four and had a wonderful meal in a beautiful and authentic courtyard. Stick with the homemade pastas and you cannot go wrong. We had the seafood antipasta and pastas and both dishes were wonderful. The kids had the calamari and stuffed ravioli and they liked them as well. The wine list was also very good. Had a bottle of white Italian wine, which complemented the meal perfectly. The courtyard surrounding this restaurant, art studio and other stores was beautiful and authentic. The restaurant is hidden away in the courtyard and away from all the 5th Avenue foot traffic, which is nice for a quite dinner. Our first impression when seeing the restaurant is that it may be stuffy, hot, and infested with mosquitoes because it is hidden away in a corner of the courtyard and that it has rained for two days straight in Playa Del Carmen but it has fans throughout the restaurant and none of us felt any mosquitoes. We would definitely visist this restaurant given the opportunity.