The three of us went on a weekday for lunch and the restaurant seems to be popular with a well-dressed business crowd (we were outliers as we were casually dressed because we going to a football game that day). Cotogna is in a business area of mostly low-rise buildings (with the exception of nearby Transamerica tower). It is small/intimate in scale without being too noisy or crowded together.
I had the Corn triangoli, which is a corn ravioli-like triangles in a light sauce with corn. It was very good and not overwhelming in size, thank goodness. My husband and brother-in-law had Raviolo with farm egg and brown butter, which is a very large ravioli with a soft-cooked egg inside. They loved it. Our dishes were $23-$24 each, and did not come with any sides.
This is a very nice place, especially if you're on an expense account and don't mind the prices. If you're not, you may find it somewhat expensive but enjoying the dining experience may override the cost.
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