This is a charming little whole in the wall that has great food and good service. The food is consistent and delicious - outmatched only by the great soups. It's a tiny place, teeming with (tacky) holiday decor at all times of the year, but it has a sentimental quaintness and charm. The music occasionally can be a bit loud given the size of the restaurant, but they are happy to turn it down. This is a great place in winter when you want some excellent comfort food. Try the stuffed chicken breast - it's not easy to spot on the menu but is one of the best dishes!!
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