The quaint interior of this restaurant made us wonder what to expect from the food. It's best describe as a neo-modern family house. Modern white chairs, no pretentious linen table cloths, tastefully decorated, casual dressy. The food then blew us away! On the recommendation of the waiter, I got the osso bucco beef. Fall off the bone meat, with carrots and other veggies on a bed of risotto that was fabulous. My friend got the handmade gnocchi with a wild boar sauce (that had pieces of boar you could spear with your fork).