Tried-and-true in every way, Il Postale does little to reach beyond the mold of twentieth century America's version of an Italian restaurant experience. That's not to say it isn't inviting. The former post office with large arching windows has been transformed into a magnet for Sunnyvale's young professionals with white table linens and a bustling, open kitchen. Lively appetites are appeased with standby starters like tomato-topped bruschetta and fried calamari. For dinner, hearty eaters will find an abundance of meat-centered dishes, ranging from veal sautéed with mushrooms in a Marsala sauce to braised lamb shank resting on a cushy pillow of soft polenta and seasonal vegetables. Smaller stomachs may opt for one of the individual pizzas, topped with a flourish of interesting mix-and-match toppings.