This restaurant is located inside a classic Victorian home from the 1800's. We were seated on the front porch overlooking the beautiful gardens and could hear the sound of the fountain and the birds. I gave this a four-star rating because the ambience was definitely five-star but the food was a little disappointing and would only rate a three-star just based on the food. The gnocchi was a little bit tough and the polenta e fungi was soggy and bland. My husband had the bolognese which was good but not memorable. Maybe we just picked the wrong items. The service was good and the food was served piping hot which is always a plus. Will probably give it another try next time we're in the area
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