We arrived a few minutes early for our Saturday night reservation, and had to stand waiting while they prepared. The restaurant was quite full, with large groups installed, so...I sort of understood, but I don't like standing on display.
We were seated beside the door, but tucked away a bit so it was OK.
Once we were in the waiters' hands, everything went beautifully. OK, the wine recommendation was uninspired. Their wine list is sufficiently diverse, with prices perhaps slightly out of proportion.
But the focaccia was magnificent. Their bruschetta is also quite tasty good, with tomato slices rather than diced bits waiting to leap to their and your mutual disastrous end. It's perhaps a little less seasoned than some would like - certainly less that you'll receive elsewhere.
The osso buco ragu gnocchi was delicious. Tender meat, well cooked pasta bound to each other with a flavourful stew - I enjoyed every bite. The penne amatriciana was similarly well received and appreciated.
We shared a standard tartuffo for dessert.
We quite enjoyed the intimacy, excellent service and fine fare.
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