I know other people like this place but when I went I found the food to be inedible. I had veal that was very tough in an overly sweetened wine sauce. My friend had pasta in way to much cream sauce with a few small chunks of pancetta...it was bad.
We went here to celebrate a special occasion, expecting real italian cusine - the service was great, but the pasta was bland and uninteresting and my veal was tough. The tiramisu was good, but not homemade. I would not recommend this for a special occasion.
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