Tried it out for a birthday dinner, outstanding antipasto (the fondue polenta) and first course (tortelli di vitello). The second course was ok but nothing to shout about (cinghiale), maybe my taste buds were a bit anesthetized at that stage. Excellent homemade tiramisu for dessert. Service was very friendly and well paced, we neither felt rushed to free the table, nor waited too long. This is a place for excellent food (and great wine list), but is not a "posh" place you want to take someone to show off. And where you may have to wear a tie.
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