The food iat Le Nonne s consistently well-prepared and delicious and the service is friendly and attentive with very reasonable prices. Diners can enjoy live music on the patio in nice weather and the setting is lovely (a small house on a quiet street). Le Nonne is very reminiscent of the kind of lcoal neighborhood restaurants people look for while traveling in Europe. In fact, I saw my very favorite Le Nonne dish, Robespierre (sliced steak with arugula), in a restaurant in Rome. The chef/owner Pier Micheli has only gotten better over time-- Loganites are fortunate to be able to enjoy a restaurant of this high caliber.