We thought this place was good, but not exceptional, with some quite different dishes. The fried gnocchi aren't really gnocchi-like, but were good. The carmelized pears with gorgonzola in a gastrique starter was excellent and the best part of my meal! My ravioli with cheese, currants and pine nuts were a nice variation, but the pasta looked to have been pre-done since they were rumpled and the sage and butter sauce had separated. Biscotti didn't make it--too doughy and not much flavor. The wait staff were friendly and welcoming although one waiter didn't seem to know the menu very well so perhaps he was new. The couple had the next table to ours come every year when they visit and love the mushroom risotto (something we didn't try).