We stopped here for dinner on a rainy evening. It's a quaint, elegant little place, with a mostly standard menu--with a few exceptions (pumpkin-filled pasta in a zucchini/speck/saffron sauce!). Fairly deep wine list, and good prices. The server did bring the wrong wine the first time--which my friend noticed before it was opened.
The pasta and wine were good, but the fillet--while cooked perfectly to-order--was nothing special.
Not a bad place, at all; but nothing to write home about.
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