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We had the best time here. Doesn't look like a restaurant, more like eating in an actual Italian's home. The food is top notch, the wine is a tremendous value. No menu, the owner/chef/waiter will force you to eat what is on hand, but the...surprises are the best part. I expected 'no soup for you', but Pino is a real sweetheart. Highly recommend.More
Dinner with old friends. One called ahead for reservations and asked the chef to select a menu. Traditional antipasto was followed by stuffed peppers, pork or chicken, and potatoes. We did not have a pasta. The cannelloni for dessert was the only thing that I...found ordinary. The wines seemed well chosen. The restaurant is tiny by modern US standards, with seating for 16 at most, but it is cozy and there are no distractions. There is a patio with some outdoor seating but it was raining for our reunion. This is not a fancy place and service is not unctuous. It's old Seattle.More
Where to start.....actually a pretty cool little location....maybe 4 tables with a small outside patio. I was there a few weeks ago for a quick lunch break...tired of Chinese food so I thought I would try something different. I am in no way shape or...form a food snob, I understand good food and appreciate it, but I was beyond stunned in a bad way by the food I was served here. I ordered a simple Penne pasta dish, pretty simple, with tomato sauce. What I got was pasta out of a Riggatoni box, obviously canned sauce, (maybe from a jar) "parmeson" cheese out of a cardboard Kraft can, and 2 small slices of bread....for $14 bucks! The Pasta/canned sauce on the right hand side of the plate was room temp, and the pasta/canned sauce on the left hand side of the place was scalding hot. Can you say microwave? And, there was maybe 1/2 cup of pasta.....the plate it was served on was a very small plastic dish...maybe 6 inches across. I left there and went up the street to Bagel Oasis and got a few bagels to quench my hunger. Maybe I just ordered the wrong dish, or maybe I looked like s youngin that would never come back.....but trust me...I will NEVER eat there again.More
My friend and I had good dinner here recently. Cute little place. Good food, reasonable prices. The owner was busy cooking and making sausages, there was a server who took our orders. The night we were there, there were no other customers, though someone had...made reservations but not shown up. Anyway, I would go back.More
Excellent simple food, pasta and roast vegetables, and soup. A tiny space, managed by one man, with every inch of space calculated for maximum efficiency. It's worth going just to see how he has stored everything overhead. 3-4 tables inside, the same outside.
Date of visit: September 2013
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