This really is a charming, small restaurant. We were greeted and seated by Mauro, who was delightful. Our waiter was excellent. The ambience was great, though a trifle loud cause it is small and tables are close together, but i was not bothered by this much as we got used to it. Conversation was not a problem. We split a pasta Bolognese as an appetizer and loved it. But our main course, one veal and one beef, were not as good as i had hoped. My beef was somewhat chewy and the veal was not very flavorful. However, I would return just cause it is so enjoyable in other ways and i would stick to pasta dishes.