The proud owners of this St. Augustine establishment are present. Both husband and wife cook and additional staff take their directions. All of them dedicated to your pleasure. The small A-frame house on A1A just south of Butler beach is unassuming, but clearly stands out as different.
This is Sicilian Food at its finest. The appetizer was a small dish of olive oil, garlic, crushed eggplant, capers and black olives served with oven fresh bread. I had a marsala and my dining partner had veal. Both dishes were cooked to perfection. Local fresh vegetables were rolled in herbs and sautéd in light oil. The pasta is home-made as is Grandma Betty's wonderful and savory red sauce. The portion was large and satisfying.
The ambience is country casual, with a fine touch of old world elegance. The decor is provincial Europe. It is a place to visit more than once because everything on the menu sounds delicious. The dishes that were coming out to other tables were all one better looking that the last. The owners and staff are personally dedicated to you having a great dining experience.
I can't wait to go back for dessert and coffee...The mean was too satisfying to even consider dessert.
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