This restaurant is in what looks to be an old house, and has been nicely redone inside. The tables are a little close together, but if everybody is reasonably quiet, it's fine.
When we arrived, there was one table that was noisy. The owner seated us near them, but then graciously moved us into the little bar area when we quietly asked to be moved.
Once there, we had a delightful dining experience :-)
The owner is a one-woman show! We found her to be pleasant and very efficient, but when they are busy (as they were on this Saturday night) , she simply does not have time to stand around chatting with customers very much. Service is not super quick, but then if you imagine you are in Italy, you won't expect that anyway.
Our salads were pretty large and very fresh. We both opted for the Caesar salads and they were delicious.
I ordered the stuffed pork chop. I felt comfortable that it would not be cooked to death - and it was not. It was done just right and was stuffed with gorgonzola cheese, apples and walnuts. Yum! The accompanying veggies were also very good. The risotto was out of this world.... really really good. It was just a touch on the spicy side but oh it was good!
My husband's entree was also excellent - I barely managed to snag a bite :-)
I had Creme Brulee for dessert which was good. I wouldn't call it outstanding, but then perhaps I am not enough of a Creme Brulee connoisseur, LOL!
Prices were not bad at all. Most of the dinners ran from about $16 to $22, and included soup or salad, veggies and starch.
All in all, the food was just delicious and the whole experience very enjoyable. We'll be back!
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