Went there as our kids were missing Italian food. So they tried the simplest thing: spaghetti with tomato, so simple and so often (almost always) ruined in Italian restaurants around the world (with a ton of garlick, herbs, etc.). These were wonderful: simple, tasty sauce, not overloaded with stuff but with only a handful of ingredients: good San Marzano tomatoes, oil, etc. I tried the Pappardelle with Lamb ragout and these were wonderful too. The owner made a point of stopping at every table and was very warm and welcoming (even more so when he found out we are from Italy). He clearly makes a point of staying as true as possible to Italian cooking, which answers some of the very few negative reviews (yes, we do not put pepper on salad! etc.). Everything positive: service, atmosphere, pricing, taste, presentation, etc.