Rue du Dragon has a number of Italian restaurants, and we decided upon Divina Commedia for a couple of reasons. First, we liked the decor. And secondly, we liked Leonardo, who greeted us as we were walking by when I inquired about a reservation. It paid off, the food was very good, as was the wine, and the price was reasonable. We started with a shared calamari and artichoke salad, which was excellent, and then for our main courses had freshly made raviolis and a risotto dish with scallops and strawberries. Yes, strawberries, and the results was superb. They also have pasta dishes and pizza. We finished with the house dessert specialty of profiteroles. What is nice is that it's a quiet street so if you want a table outside you don't have to worry about a lot of street traffic, just a few people walking by. Service was excellent as well. We'll be going back next time we are in town.
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