After sitting right away we were served water and warm bread along with the Menu. I started on this visit with the soup of the day, which was tomato based and quite delicious. Others ordered the Italian classic Mozzarella Capresse featuring Buffalo mozzarella cheese served with tomatoes and basil in an imported virgin olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette. For the main course a couple of us ordered the Fettuccine Mare Monti. The homemade pasta sautéed with sundries tomatoes, mushrooms, spinach, smoked buffalo mozzarella and scallops & large shrimps served with a white truffle oil sauce.
It was incredibly flavorful and quite filling as well. The two others ordered the Ravioli di Granchio. However the kitchen only had one serving left, so they went with the fettuccine as well. The ravioli features homemade pasta stuffed with crabmeat in a lobster sauce topped with shrimp and spinach… very flavorful. Really, you can’t go wrong with any dish they offer, all have always been excellent. The Scaloppini Picatta featuring veal scaloppini sautéed with capers, white wine and a light lemon sauce has always been excellent. If you’re a risotto fan, theirs features a Champagne creamy risotto cooked with fresh buffalo mozzarella cheese, fresh tomatoes and oregano, served with pan seared chicken in lemon sauce. For desserts they offer some tasty classics such as creme brûlée and tiramisu as well as some more exotic combinations.
The walls of Secreto are totally filled with numerous colorful paintings by a variety of local artists in order to keep their walls lively, entertaining, and ever changing. They feature artwork by artists such as Leonor Murciano, Gilda Sacasas, George Rodez, Silvia Garcia and Robert Brown. All the artwork you see in Secreto is actually for sale. Just ask or email them.