Quite a surprising find located above another Italian restaurant. A charming quaint environment. Great service and good food. I really like the atmosphere and the artwork complementing the great food.
We came here during restaurant week and even though it was very busy our waitress was very friendly and pleasant. The lamb shank was phenomenal and the crab cake was delicious. We would definitely go back.
I went for restaurant week and got the potato leek soup, the lamb shank and the cheesecake. The leek soup had plenty of delicious crab meat in it. Otherwise I think I would've been happier w the beef carpaccio the server recommendation. The lamb shank took forever but was well worth the wait. It was bigger than a turkey leg and came on a bed of cheesy parmesan risotto. The lamb was delicious the red wine reduction was so delicious I couldn't get enough of it. The risotto was amazing! Totally hit the spot and paired perfectly w the lamb and the juices. The cheesecake wasn't over the top but definitely didn't disappoint. Everyone was very nice and the atmosphere was very cozy.
Went for Queens Feast. Our server, Bret, was spot on with his service. Impeccable timing and never felt rushed to finish. Great job by management to maintain the ambience. Overall, the food was excellent and very well prepared. We ordered the crab cake, fritto misto, penne seafood and tagliata steak. The crab cake was crispy but not greasy. The fritto misto, also fried, was tasty and loved the fried zucchini mixed it as well. The penne seafood was flavorful, the penne was al dente. Would definitely order any of these again. The steak was prepared properly but the entire plate was probably the less flavorful of all the items we ordered. I would not order the steak again. I'm lactose intolerant, so for my dessert, I received the fresh fruit dish which is usually my only dessert choice. Really?! I have gotten to the point I usually turn down fresh fruit. But I was served the fruit anyway and these were the best strawberries I've had in years! Not sure where these were purchased, but they were picked ripe! These were not picked green then left to ripen during transit like so much of our fruits and vegetables today. The bread and white beans served as we waited for our meal was good, however, I have a pet peeve about burned bread. And ours was on one edge. The bread was good, crusty outside, soft inside but I never understand why restaurants serve burnt bread! We ordered a bottle of wine with dinner. The wine prices are on average $40/bottle. If you bring your own bottle, corkage is $20. They were very helpful with my lactose intolerance and even made recommendations on what I could order (almost everything). NOTE: The tables on the porch were extremely close, you had to turn sideways to get to your table. No elevator so if you can't climb stairs, you can't eat here. I like the quiet background music, we were able to have a conversation but were so close to the other diners that we never had much of one. Maybe one row of tables rather than cramming two on the porch?
Ordered delivery. The food quality is very low. Most of what we ordered is not edible. The lobster in the seafood pasta was like chewing rubber. Eggplant was tasteless except for the nasty breading. The fries were soggy. Dover sole for the price they charge was not acceptable.