I love this little tiny Italian place. Great atmosphere. Although people can get really close each other due to a limited space, customers here are really civilized, showing respect to the young chef' (you can see him in the kitchen), and they are just simply there to enjoy the great food. We started the night with specials, carpuccio with argula (but really the leaves were Japanese vegetables, crown daisy), and the creamy, handmade fetuccine with green peas, like hand picked right out of farm, both fabulous! Also, black squid risotto was amazing, can't taste so mature and decadant like that even at the best Italian places around the city. I thought their only Merlot (glass $10) was full-body, sophisticated, matched all the food we tasted. Yes, don't expect big portion, but you can taste everything you want to try as each dish cost less than $10 or little over for main dishes. We had to find out about their dessert , mille feuille, with fresh fruits and cream, what a way to celebrate the Friday evening. The only downside was they didn't serve espresso though the machine was there. Overall, I loved the casual, tapas bar-like atmosphere, and defintely want to go back!
Pros: Risotto, pasta, atmosphere, deco
Cons: tiny space