Myself and my girl friend (GF) cooks a lot, and we think we have a taste bud for good food. (I think we spend too much time watching the food network) I stopped by for an dessert and coffee last year, the tiramisu was just amazing, and his passion to talk about his creation made me want to come try the food. I came for a Valentines day dinner, and has been telling my GF about this little place on Cumming Hwy, that has a most incredible Tiramisu. We ordered Calamari for appetizer, Gnocchi Pesto and Pasta Carbonala with panchetta. Friedn Calamari was served with the house marinara sauce, sauce was so good, we kept imaging about a pizza made with this marinara sauce... calamari had a very light batter and not greasy at all, seasoning was just perfect, we even finished all the crumbs on the plate. The pasta was served with a fresh baked rolls, with garlic oil dipping sauce, mmmmm. The Gnocchi was delicious surrounded with a creamy pesto sauce, pasta carbonara, the panchetta was not salty at all, and the pasta was served aldente, not soggy like other Italian restaurants, the pasta was freshly made, again the seasoning was just perfect. For dessert we shared a Tilamisu, it was well worth the wait and the drive. For the quality of the food, the price was quite low, it was a great value. A hidden Italian treasure in a Publix shopping area. If you are looking for very tasty Italian, I'm sure it's worth the drive to visit them.
Pros: Picky owner chef, outstanding food
Cons: not a romatic atmosphere, more of a family settings