A beautiful venue in a handsome building close to the water and just a block away from the main drag. It's worth a visit both for either quiet lunch or dinner. The concept, on the face of it, is very simple: You get a paper menu and a pencil, which you use to construct your own pasta dish by choosing from a wide selection of pastas, an accompanying sauce and as many extras as you wish. The results are very, very good particularly when accompanied by a glass or more of one of their hand-picked wines including a Frizzante. The place is a family effort with the two daughters preparing the bread and desserts, the mother (an experienced and well-regarded chef) preparing the pasta and the father literally playing his part by providing the music! This is a super little find and well-worth you hunting down.