There's good here: the proscuitto san danielle was my first taste of that sweet nectar of cured pig. I'm pretty sure it's the nicest version I've tried and it better be for 18 bucks a serving. The burrata was also excellent - a really lovely and soft mozzarella served with celery leaves, shallot, and fennel with a drizzle of olive oil and specs of black pepper on top. I also quite enjoyed My tasting portion of the very good sausage and kale orecchiette (means "little ears", nicely al dente) with lemon ricotta (overall the dish was a tad oily, and rich, so the small portion was perfect ) and her margherita pizza). This was all we needed to eat that day. And next time we'll skip the pizza, even though we are glad easy tiger is making the dough. Via 313 gets our pizza money, as does the eggplant pie at Home Slice, both of which are considerably better. We heard great things about the good value dish, the half chicken. good beer and wine list. Not a cheap lunch. For a similar price point, it will be hard to pull me away from Odd Duck.