We were able to squeeze into a 5pm reservation on a Saturday evening - the restaurant was solid booked the rest of the evening. Based on word of mouth, the lovely menu and the fact that the restaurant was booked solid, were were sure we were in for a treat.
The menu is fairly limited and is very simple. The mains run $20-30, fairly pricy, however everything is cooked from scratch in house. We were pleased with our menu selections - polenta with beans and roasted winter veggies and a tagliatelle with pork ragu.
However, imagine our surprise when we received our bill and were overcharged $3 for the pasta and $2 for the wine. The invoices are hand written, so we really believe that this was not an oversight....after all, we were obviously not locals and would not be returning. Very very poor. If you go here....watch your bill.
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