The ambiance - The ambiance was what sold us the most. Imagine walking through black iron clad gates into a brick-floored courtyard sprinkled with tables and seating. Everything is beautiful and normal. Then you look to your left, and in the far corner is the owner himself rolling out pastas and stuffing ravioli all the while sipping on some wine. The owner was very warm and welcoming, and we were lucky enough to get seated right in front of him so that we could engage in conversation.
The food - We ordered the ravioli and another pasta whose name escapes me at the moment. The waiter came out to explain the menu to us and show us a tray of the pastas that the owner/chef was making. The pastas were fresh, and the sauce was a perfect amount without being overpowering. The amount of pasta is less than what we are used to back in the states, but it was a good amount to get us full without being overly stuffed. Last but not least, we have to mention the "jugo." Nosé has freshly made juices that are to die for. A perfect compliment to a plate of hand made pasta
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