There’s a warm glow (candles and low-watt lighting) about this place—it makes you instantly happy, and the cooking keeps you there. Ingredients are largely Tuscan, but combined creatively, such as in warm guinea hen salad with cream of roasted tomatoes, or a risotto of peas and cuttlefish. There’s an extensive vegan menu, too, like curried cream of yellow squash with crispy tofu and mango. Under brick vaults and a covered courtyard, it could work for a romantic dinner; but you won’t be out of place in a family group either. Dishes are simpler at lunch.