It is a tiny place (you've been warned) so be prepared to wait. But it is all worth it once you settle in (hopefully at a proper) table and get to taste their wonderful cuisine. We had the beef and duck, both of which were delicious. And it was really fun to be able to see them maneuver in the small kitchen space. We ended off our meal with a simple vanilla ice cream with olive oil and black salt. And did we mention the prices were really reasonable?!?!
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