Charming little Italian restaurant with lovingly prepared food. The atmosphere is great, with red checkered tablecloths and fading posters of Italy. Our meals were delicious -- packed with flavour and smothered in silky sauces. The aging Italian chef is on his own, so be patient, because the food takes a while. We had meat entrees, wine and dessert, and found it all a touch expensive, but still worth it. Good service!
We're so happy to find this place in our neighbourhood!
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