Looks small from the arcaded street, but is actually a pretty big place, with a large enclosed courtyard. It was Saturday night, the restaurant was crowded especially with large groups of adolescents celebrating (I assume) the end of the school year, and the waiter was clearly harried, but based just on the quality of the food here, I'd give it a "five." Everything I had was first-rate, including a creative appetizer, a very tasty tomato/pasta course, and a rabbit "loaf" that was filled with tender, moist, and (thankfully) deboned rabbit - a revelation for someone unfamiliar with that particular critter as a source of protein.
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