My husband and I just had a lovely dinner at Cetrella. The only sour moment was when we first received the menu; we were disappointed to see that there was no vegetarian entree, though we'd been told on the phone that there would be. However, there were so many appetizer choices that this didn't matter in the end. We ordered tomato-fennel soup; an heirloom tomato/mozzarella di bufalo salad; greens with goat cheese, apricots, and lightly candied nuts; and the artichoke misto (lightly fried to perfection). All were delicately flavored and made from very fine ingredients, with both cheeses being especially tasty. Even the bread basket was delightful, with rosemary foccaccia and fig nut bread. The sommelier recommended excellent pairings. My dessert was very good, though not as good as the savory food; a chocolate/hazelnut semifreddo which was just not as interesting as I hoped, with a bit too much of a secondary flavor (grand marnier?).
Our Swiss waitress was attentive and cheerful. At one point we were brought the wrong salad by another waiter, so I suppose I got a hint at disorganization. However, the corrected order was rushed out. I enjoyed the spacious earth-toned room and the sound of live jazz coming from the bar. Based on my own experience, I would recommend this place to anyone.