My wife and I visited mid-week - not many customers in the early evening. It's a small place in an old house on a street on which you aren't going to find other restaurants of this character. I'd describe the decor as very nice casual. We shared a fried calamari appetizer to start - the Movie Star - $10. The flavors were great, but the calamari tough, which I take it means it was over cooked. For our main courses, my wife had a summer salad with grilled shrimp ($15.50), which she thought very good. I had the stuffed cabbage -- actually one layer of cabbage leaves wrapped around ground beef and pork, in a smoked tomato sauce ($18) - excellent. So, although the fried calamari left something to be desired, overall the food was very good to excellent. The wine list is small, but includes good, reasonably priced choices. No complaint there. Service was prompt and earnest, but amateurish - not up to what you'd expect at this sort of venue. It's all about the training - here, apparently little, if any.
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