This restaurant is located in a non-descript part of valencia within a small shopping center tucked in between a municipal golf course and apartment complexes. It is easily missed but glad we took the time to find it. The exterior decor is benign and appears more like a bar than a restaurant with its neon beer signs peppering the storefront. Once you get beyond that, the interior is quaint and cozy. The waiter and possibly owner, i'm not sure, greeted us in a faded t-shirt. The food is really the draw for this place. We had the caprese, tequila chicken pasta, seafood pasta with mussels and clams, and the pear and gorganzola cheese ravioli. All the food was good to excellent. We complimented the affair with a $22 bottle of cabernet, which was better than the price would indicate and finished with a shared desert. We were the only customers at that time as we decided on a early dinner. But it became obvious that this was the place for locals and regulars when customers started to arrive greeting the owner with more than a glancing hello.
In short: good to great food, reasonably priced. not the place for a first date but great place for regular visits
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