There were six of us for dinner. We started with the salumi, which was an enchanting charcuterie tray, all house made, excellent! We also had the calamari which was perfectly cooked, very tender; also, the eggplant tower, tasty, along with a "piattini" of olives. The olives were notable, tasting as if they had just been cured - they were bright and fresh and had body when bitten - they tasted nothing like what comes out of a jar - quite excellent.
Entrees included the sea scallops, the veal chop, the extraordinary gnocchi, and the squid ink spaghetti. One of the diners made an entree with two appetizers - the amazing slow cooked egg and the beet goat cheese salad. Everything truly was without flaw and quite lovely indeed.
However, we were not as overwhelmed with the deserts. The duo of creme brulee was not as expected. The one that was espresso flavored, in our opinion, was too strong, tasting overwhelmingly of espresso - which other palates might love, but all six of us thought it was too much. But we also thought that the custards were too thin - we know, this isn't flan! - but still, too thin, and the crunchy torched sugar on top was way way too thick, so thick, that it got stuck in our teeth! And, the profiteroles were just good, nothing amazing, unlike the gnocchi, which may be the best any of us have ever had........
Service was excellent, warm atmosphere, a definite recommend!
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