It’s a quiet neighborhood type of Italian restaurant. The food was good, standard Italian fare but not to die for.
Overpriced, underwhelming Italian food. There was plastic in our Calamari, most likely from the bag it was frozen in. Server made us feel guilty for notifying her of this.
We had a large family get together and were happy to get a reservation for a large group without advanced notice. I had the Rockfish special which was the most expensive item on the menu had a strong fishy taste. We will not be going back.
Tried again after 20 year separation and initial disappointment and was pleasantly surprised. Tartufo for dessert was excellent. Everyone enjoyed their food. Definitely better than the two other nearby Italian restaurants grouped on Cordell Ave just East of Old Georgetown Road.
Very good and very reasonable restaurant in downtown Bethesda. We have been here several times. The service is good and they are very accommodating. We were able to drop our elderly uncle, who uses a walker, very close by the front door, and there is a parking garage within 1/2 block. Especially recommended: lemon sorbet for dessert - it's the real thing!!
We enjoyed a delightful Christmas Eve dinner--delicious meal and very pleasant service!
We dine there every Christmas Eve and enjoy our food and conversation. It is a very popular place on Christmas Eve. Thank you.
This is our favorite neighborhood Italian. We went on Christmas Eve and they were packed, but staff was friendly, definitely not stressed. Owner was on site, welcoming people. The food is always good, never any surprises. We were delighted to see how busy they were and how accommodating they were. Love this neighborhood gem.
I never knew that this restaurant was very good taste. Although the pasta was not aldente, pasta sauce was really good and salads dressing was a really good!
This lovely restaurant is charming, with creative pasta dishes and an especially tasty pink sauce. It's a great value for lunch. Attentive, unobtrusive service.