This place is more like a delicatessen than a restaurant, but Giancarlo has a few tables and makes a lovely dinner arrangement. There are many choices of cold foods in the large counter and you choose either cold dishes or hot dishes (that are warmed up while you wait, if you eat there). If you want to eat in there you should make reservations; we watched them apologize to several people for lack of space during our meal.
Giancarlo says the food is largely from Italy, including the tomotoes, eggplant and buffula mozzerella. All of our dishes were very good, and many were outstanding. Giancarlo will discuss the food with you and is flexible on how you can order. The prices were very reasonable. We also bought some prosecco, tomato juice and chips that were imported from Italy.
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