Food was generally prepared well (kudos to the young chef working hard in front of the woodfire? oven), but some of the flavors were a little off (e.g., too salty; too tart; weird combinations). The service was also mixed, with the waitress trying too hard to be saleswoman-like. Okay ambiance for a nice dinner out, but I've had much better food and service elsewhere.
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