Tiny little bistro, only has like 5 tables. We went in for lunch, and the owner/cook woman was so unbelievably friendly and talked with us about coming from Italy and all the food she makes. The menu at lunch (may be different at dinner) was small (a few salad options, some bruschettea options and two daily pastas). We shared a buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad (the cheese was amazing), a speck brie and arugula bruschetta (and she made half of them with a spicy pastrami instead of the speck to give us some variety) and a daily pasta which was penne with mushrooms and italian sausage in a cream sauce, which was unbelivably flavorful for how simple it was. We finished with a tiramisu, which I normally dont like, but was very well done. Would recommend this to anyone who wants to change thingsup from the tavernas and get something different.
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