This place is all decorated in white, has little tables outside and looks very chic and expensive so we never even stopped to look at the menu in front. When we finally did we realized it was the same price (or cheaper) than other restaurants for tourists that look cheap and have bad food. The service here was excellent, although a little overwhelming sometimes. They brought to the table a long plate with many different kinds of bread as well as olive oil, balsamic vinegar and some aioli dip. I ordered the tagliatelle bolognese which was amazing (and in large portion) and my friend has a blue cheese salad which she said was good and in large portion as well. Overall the food was amazing, the ambiance felt exclusive (although a little "cold" inside) and the price was very fair if not cheap for 5th avenue. Beautiful!
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