I had a huge boneless veal steak with ham, cheese, and "sauce Provencial". The tomatoes and olives in the sauce were a bit unusual, I thought, but were very good. My wife had "Tournado Gorganzolo with haricoverts" and she is still raving about it. I tasted her's and it truly was fantastic.
The exterior is very un-auspicious, but the interior appears to be recently renovated is very nice, but still maintains an old-time atmosphere.
Service was very good, especially by our waiter named Thomas, from Poland.
a very un-auspicious exterior, but recently renovated interior which is very nice but still keeps old-time atmosphere.
Reservations are a must at this restaurant (even in an off-season evening in late October).
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