Read an article online claiming this to be the best Italian find in Bkk. Definitely would not go that far, as nothing really stood out as special, but it's solid food for a reasonable price. Most dishes range around 150 baht, although they are a bit small so you may want to order more than one. We tried the Bolognese and Carbonara pastas, both of which were good. The place is Thai-run but the food is not Thai-taste. The Pizza Salami was also fine with a very crispy crust, but could have used a bit more tomato sauce, and at 300 baht for its small size, it seemed expensive relative to the other prices. House wine was also tasty and fairly priced at 160 per glass. Basically, I wouldn't go too far out of my way to find this place, but if I lived nearby, it would probably be a regular stop.