I have managed to eat here a number of times and have to say it's one of my favorite restaurants in Westchester. Not sure why it has taken me so long to write a review, except that everyone else's review are dead on.
Had the pesce mista and found the seafood interesting, though not my particular taste. We ordered the lamb chops and black spaghetti and both of the dishes were excellent. My lamb, which I wanted medium rare was tender and prepared in a way that even my wife, who dislikes lamb, was able to enjoy.
The wine choices are good, though don't let the price indicate which wine you'll like better. I actually like the firriato more than the barolo.
For dessert, we had the semifreddo and panettone, which were great.
Now I have been here twice before for brunch and have found their food excellent. Brunch is the way to go since you can still be seated without worrying too much about the crowd.
To start, got the carne and pesce mista, which was a nice mix. The $20 prix fixe brunch is worth it and they even throw an ok wine in for another $5. I actually opted for the brazino this time, though I had gotten the lamb, and the fish was excellent, though I wish they gave me the whole side. I posted a picture, so you can see. I didn't hear one complaint, except my boys wanted the pizza from Arthur Ave, but aside from them no one had a reason to complain.
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