This Kendall Italian restaurant specializes in the food of Piemonte in northern Italy. Most of the food is pretty average. The caprese invernale appetizer—a ball of mozzarella drizzled with basil puree, sprinkled with pine nuts, and surrounded by charred wedges of Roma tomatoes—is decent. But the risotto with radicchio and pancetta is, like most of the dishes we tried here, underwhelming. The space is cozy, and on a weekend it can feel like a party—just one we wish served better food.
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