Small is nice, if done with love and care for detail. Alice in the dining room and Riccardo in the kitchen, with a DNA that leads back to Venice, did well to open this delightful little bistro in August 2015. With a fixed price formula that’s super convenient for the proposed quality, the menu features dishes that change often according to season and local products availability, preferably organic. The pasta is homemade, as is the bread. The dishes are well presented, the creative vein is solid and the flavors are net. From the choice of the cheese plate to the panna cotta, by way of a wine list that features lesser known Italian and French labels, everything is in harmony with the air you breathe in this small family restaurant. There are fifteen seats in all; so booking is more than recommended for a relaxing and enjoyable break.