We had read about Rubinos and wanted to try something different from Sushi and Turkish food. Their menu is quite extensive and the prices are extremely reasonable. I had the Sweetbreads which was so delicious and not often found on a menu. My husband had Scalone which was a steak mixture of Abalone and Scallop. I tasted his and it was very delicious. I think the primary ingredient is Scallop but could still taste the Abalone. Dinners include a salad of choice or soup. The service was excellent, the restaurant is cozy and private and reminded me of the old style Italian restaurant in Chicago or New York. We had a very nice bottle of Pinot Noir from Chile and the desert of Creme Brulee was very good. The only down about the whole meal was that the AC went out so it became quite warm by the time we left the restaurant.