Tucked away quietly behind the Donghu Hotel, this hidden gem has no signage, so you need to be introduced to the owner Elvira over WeChat who will send you a map.to guide you there. If that doesn’t intrigue you already….. wait until you hear what’s on the menu! Elvira and her husband lived in Italy for over 20 years, so they are both fluent in Italian and making fresh pasta. The menu changes every day, and you will have your choice between fresh antipasti (like burratta, prosciutto, polipo, insalata), primo such as tagliolino con funghi, fresh lasagna, and secondo (filetto di manzo, salsiccia, pesce merluzzo...usually a fish or meat dish). And of course...all of the Italian wine you could possibly need or want in China.