Decided to take the stroll up the extended walk on 5th Avenue and was glad I did as I stumbled on a nice bistro. The atmosphere is al fresco with limited indoor seating.
I had the Ravioli de Aragosta and it was superb. The main dish was preceded by focaccia bread and an olive oil/balsamic vinegar dip which was pretty much the usual. The main dish itself consisted of three large lobster and shrimp stuffed ravioli served on a rectangular plate covered lightly with a mild tomato sauce. Each ravioli was garnished with a basil leaf (grown in pots outside the restaurant) and a couple more leaves finished off the plate decoration. You are provided a small hand grater and a small, hard chunk of parmesan for seasoning to your taste. The pasta was perfectly al dente and delicious. I supplemented my meal with a rich tasting cafe Americano. All in all, a pleasant adventure. The server was quick and polite and not pressing you. I will go back once more before I leave this paradise.
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