Alkaff Mansion Ristorante’s interiors are almost as magnificent as it’s Italian menu. The mansion, which sits atop a grassy hill, was built in the 1918 by a family of Yemeni spice traders, but has since undergone some serious restorations. Beyond the fountain and outdoor patio filled with wrought iron furniture, is a two-story, Tudor style mansion. The original colonial tiles, wooden rafters and timber stairwells persevere among a renovated cold-cut room and state of the art kitchen. Enjoy a fresh take on pappardelle and wild-boar ragout, and veal ravioli with porcini mushrooms.