Everything has really been said, but I will say it again. The dining room takes you straight to early 1900's. The aging couple running the restaurant are extremely courteous but also witty. The food is good, not really great, but well prepared and no-nonsense type of cooking. The concept is simple: you can choose to have 3 or 4 course meal, and there are 4-5 choices for each course. The prices are extremely low considering the quality of food and service (the Italian joint across the street charges about the same for food that is vastly inferior). Vine list is short but filled with quality wines. It is advisable to book in advance, the restaurant is small and getting a table without reservation is possible but unlikely.
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