The restaurant is cozy, with less than a dozen tables. There are a few outdoor tables for when the weather permits. There is a wonderful selection of salads, pizzas, and pastas that are easily the best in town, and I would argue the best in all of Korea. Fresh baked bread with herbs and olive oil is provided when you sit and they literally have to force the steam out so that you don't burn yourself. The water is infused with rosemary, an excellent touch. Among the salads is a delicious caprese with fresh soft mozzarella and tomatoes. The pizzas are outstanding, my favorite of which has real spicy Italian salami, though the prosciutto is a close second. The pastas are delicious as well, especially the spicy arrabbiatta. House wine is by the glass, others by the bottle. The selection is small, but adequate. It truly is a gem in a city of mostly Korean style eateries.
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