First of all, a small caveat. There is parking in the back yard--but it's very hard to get into and out of, and you'll need to let out anyone who got there before you. I would suggest using public transportation, or looking for a spot in the neighborhood.
And also, make sure you reserve a table; the restaurant's name means "two rooms and a kitchen" in Italian, and that's exactly what you'll see. The rooms are quite small, too.
The hostess will greet you personally. There is no printed menu, but she'll tell you what's available, and it's bound to be fresh and delicious.
Everything is imaginative and cooked to perfection--or very close to it, at any rate. The wines are selected by the owners personally, and you can trust their selections. The pasta is al dente, and the sauces are just right. The desserts are scrumptious. The portions are definitely not small, though; bear that in mind.
The prices we paid tended to hover about 120-140 Euro for two persons; that included pasta or soup, a main course, a dessert, wine, and water.
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