This is a charming little cafe on the corner of38 and Grand. Interesting menu is small plates, all priced about $10 or less. We had cannoli stuffed with lobster and crab, and it was v tasty. As was the langoustinos, (shrimp grilled in garlic butter.). These were tasty but time consuming to eat, somewhat, as you had to peel the shrimp. And the garlicky sauce served with them was v.good; if you order this item, be sure to order some bread to sop up the yummy garlic butter. The bread is ala carte at an extra charge. Overall, a good place to try some outside the box menu offerings. We two,ladies were medium to v. Hungry on arrival, and we ended up sharing 4 plates, about $37 worth, plus bread cost, and each had a $9 glass of wine. Overall, a fun place, with v attentive and fast service, a v efficient kitchen. Doesn't get 4 stars because the tables are v. Cramped tog. When a 4some took the table next to us, the staff politely asked us to butt up with the table on the other side of us to make room for the 4some. So, this resulted in us having 2 strangers join us for dinner! The other couple was agreeable, and we had a nice visit with them. However, be prepared for cramped qtrs here, not a spot for personal or private conversation. Overall, this is a spot I,d return to, for its novel menu and friendly staff, in nice residential area.