Excellent Italian comfort food in a small(ish) neighborhood restaurant. It's about a quarter mile from the ferry stop but well worth the 5 to 10 minute walk. My wife and I had intended to eat here ever since it opened and finally two weeks ago we made it. I started with the salmon carpaccio and it was excellent, as good as we used it have in Rome. It was fresh with a little lemon, capers and onions and was an ample portion; it could be shared. My wife had the Caesar salad and declared it one of the best she had tasted in some time. For entree I had the lasagna bolognese, delicious with fresh pasta sheets while my wife and the lobster ravioli, also excellent. We also shared a contorno of sautéed spinach, fresh with olive oil and just the right amount of garlic.
I had a glass of the house white wine which was very good; dry and crisp with a hint of minerals. We also had a bottle of Allegrini's "Pallazo alla Torre" which at $44 was just about double the retail price of between $20 and $22 I had seen it in the local supermarket / wine outlet; less of a markup than many restaurants.
The total bill for the above, plus coffee (excluding tip) was $135 which I thought was excellent value.