My wife and I had a quick late lunch here at the recommendation of the concierge at the Grand Hotel La Place. It's decorated with photos of an old Italian deadpan-style comedian/actor we'd never heard of.
We split the Penne Diavola and the pasta was fresh, nicely spicy, and generously portioned for the price. The owner was friendly, responsive, and enthusiastic. We'd definitely return and recommend it.
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