This cozy eatery offers an extensive menu of authentic Italian cuisine. Even if you don't like veal, the saltimbocca alla Romana is a must-try. The decadent, buttery Pinot Grigio wine sauce complements the salty Parma prosciutto, creamy fontina and savory sage atop the veal. Another standout is the rich and creamy fettuccine Alfredo. It's the best I've ever tasted. Bonus points if you can guess the secret ingredient. The dining room is dressed up with warm, Tuscan murals and white tablecloths—a pleasant surprise considering the older strip mall location. The charming servers make you feel like part of the family, even if it's only for one night.