This is truly authentic, incredible Italian cuisine! The fried calamari appetizer was beautifully crisp and the portion so generous that we thought they might have mistakenly served two orders. A large bowl of house salad followed. The veal saltimbocca was perfect; the gnocchi with spinach & roasted peppers was topped with a coil of delicious "Arthur Avenue" sausage which we guessed was luganega. Again, generous portions. Reasonable prices. Interestingly, red house wines were Chianti and (as we recall) Montepulciano.
Atmosphere is casual, even with the nice touch of white tablecloths but the ambiance could benefit from some sort of screens or plants or dividers to avoid the one-large-open-room style.
Service was perfect. Vincent was expert, friendly, engaging, attentive and accommodating and well acquainted with the extensive menu.