The owners take pride in their work, their art and it shows in their hospitality and their service.
Time was taken with us, with each table to describe each item on the menu, from appetizers to senconds. This repetition would have rendered me a boring machine by the third table, but not for the owner who obviously was proud of his kitchen.
I was impressed that once they realized that we were hungry, they paused and had the primi piatti started before continuing with the order. It cut back on waiting time.
Each dish was savory, prepared with care and love. It showed and the cook came out herself to find out how we liked her dish.
We were seated outside since the weather, in October, was still warm and pleasant to be in the open air. Since I travel with a dog, I was happy that the restaurant welcomed them and already had facilities set out for canine customers. Water in a bowl was set out (and offered during the meal)
The only drawback to this awesome restaurant is the fact that foreigners will miss the benefit of the menu being explained. I didn't see a physical menu but perhaps there is one. Whatever ends up in front of you will probably be delicious.
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