We go here quite often. The food is classic Italian, and very good.
Service can be a bit sloppy at times, although we haven't come across any of the problems in other reviews.
The wine list is very strange. Any number of super pricey Barolos and Barbarescos, with not enough age on them to be approachable, but nothing from the Veneto except for some overpriced Amarones. Also lots of grower champagnes, but nothing Italian except cheap Prosecco (eg no Franciacorte at all). Weird. Also there's no sommelier, so all the waitstaff act as experts, when they're actually not very knowledgeable at all.
The owner can be quite eccentric, and the tables are pretty close together, but that's okay as the food really is great.
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