I never want Candela to be as good as it is, but it is very good, and the room is a lot of fun. You won't find much innovation in the menu, and some dishes really are too rich -- the duck ravioli, for example, are wonderful, but Exhausting to eat -- lucky Candela offers half orders of all their pasta dishes. They also have a limited sushi menu that is somewhat fusion in nature (the fish is raw, the rice is traditional, but often non traditional sauces are involved) that's also very enjoyable. While the menu looks pricey at first glance, it's easy to eat here affordably -- an appetizer and a half order of pasta is enough for most people (especially if one orders the richer dishes),. My only real complaint is the wine list - the wine by the glass options are just not satisfying, and the bottles aren't inspiring enough to make me want to spend the funds. The room, however, and the attentive (if not always consistent) service goes a long way to compensate for the shortcomings.