Went here for a big boozy dinner with friends on Friday night and enjoyed it so much I booked immediately for the following night with my wife.
It is so refreshing having small proprietor operated restaurants where the owner is there speaking with you about the food you are eating. And with the food coming from the owners home town and other areas of Italy, you really get a sense that you are being taken on a culinary journey or are a guest in the owner's home. I've seen some of the other reviews on here and I can honestly say I love this type of service and those reviews where they felt intruded upon are probably better off in big corporatised fine dining restaurants.
We had the crostini which was really a taste sensation - I ordered it both times. Also got to try the cold cuts with the gian Cagnoli (?) olives. I couldn't resist and went next door to buy a jar of the olives and also their olive oil which was really peppery, fresh and a lot cheaper than what I am forced to buy from 360.
Over the course of the two meals, we had the anchovy pasta (which I enjoy but I am guessing not to everyone's taste - my favourite pasta is alia e olio), the pork (which really was a taste sensation) as well as the beef which was a special that night (amazingly tender with a good robust sauce).
The wine list was excellent with a good selection of regional Italian specialties.