Located on 17th Ave/9st, this is a family run business that existed for over 20 years.
After its rennovation and change of owners, we decided to go.
- Calamari – these breaded squids were tasty, but not crunchy, and was served with a tomato basil sauce.
- Bococinni salad – I was craving for a real Italian salad. I love the combination of tomatoes, cheese and basil. The tomatoes weren’t sweet as the ones in Italy, but still had a crunch. Cheese was good. This was topped up with a basalmic vinegar sauce. I felt that this was too aciditc for my liking
- Veal tortellini in a creamy pesto sauce: portion was huge! So creamy and pasta was fresh.
- Seafood risotto: cooked with a saffron tomato based sauce. Tasted great except that it was more of a paella consistency. I’m used to the rice being “a la dente” in the risotto, but this was very well cooked
Ambiance was very comforting; a family resto vibe.
Service was excellent!!! We were served by Jeremy- a very witty, down to earth person.