We stopped in for lunch based on the outside menu and we were pleasantly surprised. The Scalappini Di Vitello Landini's veal was seasoned perfectly with enjoyable fresh mushrooms.
The sauce was light and didn't overpower the delicate veal. The vegetables (asparagus and beans) could have been skipped...both were overcooked and only added color to the dish not taste.
The Agnolotti Alla Florentina was exceptional. The ravioli dough was light, filling sufficient and the sauce with a hint of nutmeg was "I want to pick up my plate and lap it up" good!
We ended our meal sharing the home made Tiramisu.....don't miss it. The dessert was melt in your mouth texture, well seasoned and the perfect ending for an excellent meal.
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