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A Friday evening with good friends, sitting outside. Service relaxed and the food good. It is a great local restaurant not overly priced with a appropriately attentive wait staff. Sit and talk, enjoy your meal and when ready and finished leave.
We were there for lunch and did not expect it would be a Miami Spice follower. The MS menu was excellent so we will go back to try the full menu. the ravioli ripieni di fichi were superb and the tiramisu presented in a cup...was one of the best in town. But what really made a difference was the warmth of the service. We were lucky the owner was there and she was just into everything. 100 percent recommended.More
The food and service here are consistently good. We’ve had lunch and dinner and have not been disappointed. The decor is inviting but not over the top. It’s on the casual side. Sit outside if the weather is nice. The octopus salad is a favorite....Tender, flavorful and delish. We’ve also ordered the arugula gnocchi and eggplant parm, both fantastic. The portions are large and shareable. It’s a great restaurant.More
Get away from Olive Garden and step into here.
We had the following:
-Spaghetti alle vongole
-Pappardelle con funghi Porcini
Pappardelle con funghi Porcini was good. If you are a mushroom lover, you will appreciate the taste that comes with this. The...spaghetti I would say was better do to it having a few more ingredients at play. Also, of the two, you may find that the pappardelle con funghi porcini is a tad bit heavier on the stomach. I know I am not comparing apples to apples here but just wanted to point that out. Nevertheless, both dishes are good and worth trying.
There is parking in this little strip plaza but not much. However, there is street parking that runs down the side of the building that seems to be readily available.
SERVICE & DÉCOR
They are quick. We walked in at 9:55 pm and there was immediate seating. By 10:07 we had our wine glasses in hand and food was coming out of the kitchen. I am going to set a realistic expectation for myself that it was not busy when we went in. Nonetheless, talk about a first impression.
Tables, condiments containers, heck, even getting the check delivered, did not have a traditional look and feel. You knew what everything was but their spin on presentation was refreshing (check pics).
Dinner for two ran $53: two meals, two glasses of wine. Right about where it should be.
Check out the specials they have posted on the blackboard in the top left corner.
I wish I got the lasagna Ni.Do. Anything with the business name in it has to be delicious.
It's always nice to have food that is not from a franchise. This place was a good experience.More
Response from nidocaffe | Property representative |
Burrata is a fresh Italian cow milk cheese (occasionally buffalo milk) made from mozzarella and cream.The outer shell is solid mozzarella, while the inside contains stracciatella and cream, giving it an unusual, soft texture.
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