Bright and noisy, service a little erratic (which generously resulted in a free bottle of moscato d'asti at dessert), but I would go again for the excellent food. Light as a feather gnocchi with fresh tomato sauce, and textbook tender Oslo bucco on a creamy risotto Milanese....perhaps the gremolata was a little aggressively citrus, but the plate was clean! Serious Italian wine it's, if that's of interest.
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