I had lunch here with a friend. We shared three dishes.
The burrata and Parma ham was top quality.
The fazzoletti were very good.
The tagliatelli with porcini mushrooms was disappointing. The tagliatelle evidently had not been stirred properly during boiling and some had stuck together. The mushrooms tasted nothing like the porcini mushrooms I have eaten in Italy. But the real disappointment was the charge of $26 for the tagliatelle, which was not on the menu.
Way over priced for the flavor and quality of this dish.
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