Chef Adi Cohen maintains his family's tradition of good Italian fare from Lombardy. The soft lighting is easy on the eyes, and the lack of decoration is not a shortcoming in the very intimate setting: large, tastefully framed wall mirrors add depth to the room. The service is professional and friendly. A starter menu includes great traditional dishes like ravioli (the stuffings change: look for seafood or truffles), and a superb lasagna and cannelloni combination. Especially interesting among the entrées are the tender piccatina con funghi (thinly sliced veal with lemon and mushrooms), tournedo dello chef (beef fillet with white wine, truffles, and porcini mushrooms) and tournedo Modena (beef fillet with balsamic vinegar and leek sauce). The house red wine is excellent.
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