This place is a little gem at the end of a unassuming shopping strip. Upon our arrival the chef was picking fresh herbs from the planters in front of the restaurant. That was enough to let us know we wanted to go in and try the food. The hostess asked if we had reservations (we didn't know they took reservations), even though we did not have any she promptly seated us. The wait staff was courteous; though very slow when it came to refilling drinks. Our entire party had empty glasses twice before we left. As we almost always do we asked which of the foods are prepared fresh in the restaurant, not frozen, and were pleasantly surprised by how many of them were made from scratch. Anyone stopping in must try the tiramisu it is made fresh and is the best we have ever had.
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