We finally got to this place as it has a good reputation but usually requires reservations on weekends to get seated. The place is on the small side with 12 tables [2 to 4 people each]. The location is surprising, being an old gas station location and the exterior more resembles a road diner. Inside everything changes as the decor is tasteful, tables have tablecloths, etc. Service is prompt and friendly. The food is very good: I had a special, Pork Oso Buco which was great. I'm not a big fan of a side dish of plantains but these were tasty. My wife had the Grouper/pasta special with cream sauce and declared it very good. The prices are a little high but not extraordinary. We enjoyed our visit and would go back again.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.