Had lunch here on a weekday afternoon. The restaurant had a nice ambiance and was decorated reminiscent of Tuscany. I particularly liked the meat ravioli with mushrooms. Most places only have cheese and it's hard to find carne. My wife had the cheese which were also good as were the huge stuffed pork chops. The carpaccio was tasty with shaved parmesan and had a nice presentation. The fried calamari was average.
The service was very good and friendly. The chef even said hello. Basic presentation on the pasta dishes. Liked the mushroom and the tomato sauces. Drinks were good. House wines by the glass were fine for a nice lunch. Was not crowded for lunch which I prefer most times at restaurants that get crowded on weekend evenings. Would go back.
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