Food taste are on the heavy side should ask for no salt in my sauce if I can? Food size is just right for skinny person no leftover but will serve bread first. Food prices are on the expense side but the food come out...More
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Our son moved to Seattle a year ago (from California) and we have enjoyed visiting several times and exploring the city - as well as new places to eat. We absolutely loved this neighborhood eatery! The decor was super funky, the staff was very friendly...More
The space is very tight and full of decorations. And what a collection it is!!! I LOVE it. If you bring children, they will love it too. The food is fresh and well prepared. We ordered spaghetti and meatballs, gnocchi and clam linguini. They were...More
The food was like no other Italian food I've ever tasted. It was incredible. The ambiance was most definitely bizzarro in the best way possible. I had the lasagna, it was superb! My partner had the meat pillows (ravioli), delicious. Our teenager had meatballs and...More
The perfect place on a cold, drizzly evening. Inside is all warm light, great scents, and muted conversation amid funky décor. The waitstaff was very attentive. And the food was excellent. My wife loved her GF pasta.
We love this little hole in the wall. very Seattle and fresh amazing food! Great starter bread. Get there early or your out of luck!!!!
I've been to this place years before, and enjoyed it. This time, the linguine was over cooked and the sauce so salty I could hardly choke it down. This is an interesting place, but the food quality and execution this outing didn't impress. Perhaps they...More
Quirky, eclectic place that also feels like sitting in a family dining room. A big, lively, happy family. Service was great. Food, fantastic. Between the fiancé and I we tried bruschetta, arancini, lasagna, and the seasonal gnocchi (this one had chorizo and mushrooms). They appear...More