The place looks hip with New Age music in the background and very friendly service. They have a nice center "chandelier" made of inverted wine bottles over a high table which we took to have a sumptuous lunch.
Try their risotto - it's almost like the one I had in Burano, off Venice. I also had the tuna salad which, in my opinion, should have really been labeled as a "pasta" since it had a lot of fusilli pasta. The burger was also excellent - fresh and tender. The chicken salad had really good succulent cherry tomatoes.
I must warn you their portions are really huge but priced right. I think each portion they serve could really be shared by at least 2 people. I think the servers there know this as they will ask you whether you want an extra plate.
Have a relaxing lunch here. I am told it gets to be full in the evenings.