If the menu hadn't said "everything is gluent-free" I wouldn't have suspected it. I was grabbing a quick snack (late lunch but had plans for dinner later) so I ordered the bruschetta with feta, mushrooms, tomatoes and onions. It didn't taste like typical Italian, but was good nonetheless.
I wanted a bowl of soup since it was cold out. They had sweet potato soup... another first for me. It was interesting, buttery and surprisingly good.
Overall, it was good, although after seeing the sweet, strawberry crepes on a nearby table, I wish I'd just ordered dessert. ;)
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