The restaurant is small but the atmosphere was very nice. If you make a reservation you can get a table on the ground floor, for those that came in that did not have a reservation they were sent 'upstairs;. We ordered the Italian Antipasto which was very good. It consisted of Caponata (sautéed vegetables - including eggplant), salami, provolone, fresh mozzarella and olives- a typical Sicilian antipasto. I had the cheese ravioli and my husband had the shrimp ravioli with pistachio sauce. Both were very good. For desert we had a cassata, not as good as the one we had at L'orologio restaurant.
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