Loved the quaint Italian dinner close to the B&B Casa de las Tìas. Excellent service and very tasty food.
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Ate here because it was close to my B&B. Almost empty when I arrived, but not much interest from the waiter. No bread, had to ask to be brought salt & pepper (what's the name of this place?) Food was good, but nothing exceptional
The food is very good and the service is the best. I ordered a pasta dish and an focacia appetizer. Both were good but not really what one would expect from a more authentic Italian restaurant. I am going to ask more questions next time...More
Great service Good food Nice place to dine in We had the house pizza First pizza I ever had with green peas and dill pickles Very good and don't knock it until you try it
My boyfriend took me there once with his family and lunch was great. The ambiance was great and lovely, it was neat too! We had a focaccia and I ordered some pasta which was very good too! I love the Italian spicy oils and this...More
I usually order take out at this restaurant, however it's a nice place to have dinner, with a very romantic upstairs dining area. I recommend you try the parmesan eggplant or their frutti di mare pasta, one of the best on the menu. I consider...More
My family has been going to this restaurant for years! Their daily menu is very good and don't miss the tiramisu!
Passed by today and tried the lasagna (meat in white sauce) I was a little dry but it was pretty good ! service was good ! next time I will try the pizza although they looked kind of pricey !
I went to this restaurant for many years. But the las day, that we went, they charged us more than $50 for a pizza!!!!! How this is possible??? And we talked to the owner, he said it is ok!! That the price is correct. Never...More