We found this restaurant based on TA reviews. When we got there I thought we were at the wrong place. It is, as they say, a "hole in the wall." We walked in and had to push through a curtain (which, as we later learned, had been put up to deflect the blast of cold air everytime the door was opened) to get into the restaurant.
This place is nothing fancy, and the tables were fairly close together. No worries, however, as we were soon to learn. The service, food and wine were all excellent. I had gnocchi to start and a braised veal shank for my meal. My wife had an adriatic seafood stew. Everything was top notch. I had never heard of "Istrian" food before. It apparently has it's roots in slavic cooking. It was wonderful, including the struedel for dessert. We also shared a great bottle of Amarone.
If you are looking for a fancy french restaurant with waiters in tuxedos this is not the place for you. If you are fine with a casual atmosphere and great food and service, don't miss this one!
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