“Exquisite” Italian fare sets apart this Syosset “winner” serving “classic” dishes, “intriguing specials” and “exotic” game for more adventurous types in an “inviting” Tuscan setting (“you’re no longer in a little strip mall” once you step inside); as the staff is “committed to excellence and personal attention”, indulging in such a “superior” experience is worth the “splurge.”

The atmosphere of this cozy, classy restaurant goes beyond any attempt to emulate an Italian restaurant, as the bunting-styled drapery, lightly yellow-tinged walls and oil paintings make this place seem as if stolen from a weathered postcard circa the early 1900s. But beyond the décor, the menu is in fact dedicated to the foods found in places like Napoli, Rome and Sicily—with a number of seafood-based antipasi set for starting purposes. Pastas like spaghetti, cavatelli, ravioli and tortelloni are also possibilities—while the entrées are a list of meats and fish prepared with flair—such as a dry-aged, grilled rib eye steak under green peppercorn, stuffed organic breast of chicken and red snapper served oreganata (in bread crumbs).

“One of Long Islands Best”
“Probably the best food on L.I.”
“Excellent Customer Service”
“Elegant and Charming”
“The food is right on target for an authentic Italian eatery”

“Beautiful and quaint dining”
“Amazing Food & Fabulous Service”
“The Secret needs to get out!”
“Best Italian Food On Long Island”