A fantabolous little Italian gem ...(is hard to find!)
We also had the Garlic Butter (Tiger) Prawns - which were wonderfully seared, topped with fresh arugula, atop a fine piece of crispy Italian bread. The Cauliflower Soup with Truffle (one of the (daily?) specials) was equally as amazing - fresh, creamy with a hint of truffles and (be)dazzled with truffle oil and a hint of cilantro.
For my entree, I opted for the Tagliatelle Chicken Cacciatore. The chicken was tender and well-seasoned, hidden under a wonderful bed of tomato stew, or sauce. Other entrees sampled were the: Seared Perch, Risotto, and Crab Bisque, Ravioli filled with eggplant and taleggio, and the Osso Bucco with Mushroom Risotto. The portion of every entree was generally given, all flavours were excellent with the Osso Bucco dish being the favourite of the night.
Our server was very knowledgeable, attentive and polite. (I guess it's not so hard waving down your server when there are only 6-7 tables in the whole restaurant :) )
Very good, imho.
Very small (only 32 seats), walk-through kitchen to the single dual-sex bathroom (which I wasn't a big fan of), very modern looking dining space with black & white tile floors
Yay: Wonderfully-executed classic Italian fare, Lots of parking available
Nay: Super small dining room, Walk-through kitchen (to get to the washroom)