It is off the beaten path but well worth it. Food is authentic and fresh. Pasta is homemade. The chef/owner Pedro, makes a point of coming out to ensure your meal was tasty and to your liking. Had the veal parmesan and it was delicious. Meat was tender and batter crispy. Portions are not " family style" but the quality of the food is very high. It's a good balance of price and portion. I wish I lived closer (NY) so I could try the many other dishes. Waitstaff is accomodating and very pleasent. You can't go wrong. I recommend calling for a reservation if you go on the weekend and plan on sitting down between 6-7 pm.
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