If you can get past the pretentious, Italian-esque name you may find something you like inside. The ambiance was not as vibrant as I had hoped and the service was on the lacking side. Still, the food we ordered was hot, colorful and smelled good when it got to the table. I ordered the Fettucino alfredo and it tasted okay, though the pasta was a little rubbery and it gave me quite a bit of gas the rest of the evening (it's a good thing I'm married going on 30 years or it may have been a deal-breaker).
Also, it was a bit pricey and the portions could have been larger. All in all I would give it a B- if it were a student and I was the teacher. Twoodle-doos!
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