As others have noted, part of the charm of this place is the intimate size and the fact that amazing food comes out of a very small kitchen. We were delighted to have one of the two tables on the first floor (indoor) so we could watch the delightful woman who took our orders also cook our food. How does she make such incredible stuff (with such a varied menu) with so little space and equipment?
I opted for the "Homemade Spaghetti" (not knowing how it was different from the other spaghetti offerings) and it was an excellent choice. The wine and slightly creamy sauce was perfect and included some sort of meat and cheese melting from the heat. The chicken soup was "cooked" to order in a small skillet and was also of cream base.
We had a wonderful meal and experience.
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