If you are looking for mediocre oily cheesy italian food, this is not the place for you. If you are looking for authentic with layers of flavor then you've come to the right place. Please be aware the menu is small and not filled with tons options like other places. The menu is small but prepared perfectly. Our party of four, including 2 teens went for a nice lunch, I was apprehensive at first as the girls were looking over the menu, no spaghetti, no chicken fettacinni.... they were apprehensive at first untill the food arrived and they started eating.
Our party had carpaccion, caprese buratta ( which the girls were reluctant to share ). tortallini panna prosciutto ( me ) Lasagne and penne salsiccia . It was delcious with lovely the pasta al dente with the perfect mouth feel. I'm not a fan of lasagne, too oily, too gooey, falling apart, but I couldn't help myself from helping myself again and again to the sheegrin of my wife to hers. Its a authentic lasagne with bechemel sauce, not oversauced, with pasta perfect so you can fork a bit off without the whole dan thing falling apart. Next time I'm getting that. My daughter and her friend also enjoyed their pasta and admittted it was much more flavorful and yummy and that trying something new was a good thing. The desserts and the cappaccino were a wonderful end to a great lunch. To add the staff were very friendly, informative and attentive. This is some place I would definitly come back to every time I'm in town.
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