Prices could be better but they're pretty good for being up on the mountain. Plus, don't you always think prices could be better?
A recent change of hands at long-standing mountain favorite means that not only have the owners changed but the menu has too. More options with expanded fish, meat and pasta selections. This family friendly mountain restaurant offers good food in a pleasant atmosphere. Great for family dinner, date night or pick up and go with take out a great option... More
So apparently there is a new owner for this restaurant, and the menu and food is much improved. Lousy wine list with only a Merlot and a chianti offered by the glass. Italian restaurants should have more than just two red wines on offer by the glass! It's Italian food! The salmon was good and cooked appropriately; cost $21. The... More
New owners. New menu. I've been a customer since the late 90's. Last night was my last drive to Signal. The sauce tasted very pre-processed and a little like Chef Boyardee. The salad was terrible. The Italian personal touch is gone. Nino was there but the food was not. So disappointed. No better than Olive Garden. I'll be looking for... More
They claim to be authentic Italian. Maybe so. I guess I'm Authentic AMerican. The pasta is pasta and the toppings are sparse and spicy. I just prefer to get enough sauce and toppings to be visible. On the good side, there is plenty of pasta. The bread was tough and cold. The very plain salad came with one dressing option:... More
Not recommended. the bread was hard as a rock, the food was not par with the prices, and the staff was rude, maybe I was there on a bad night but I can be sure I will never be back.
Signal Mountain certainly has it's challenges when it comes to dining out, but this review is not about the town...recent transplants from Florida we tried it as we have many others in the area. The atmosphere was, um a little weird, no background music, slow but also bad service. Now to the food. The typical large Italian portions found in... More
We have family in the mountain who took us to this quaint place. I had the linguine noodles with fresh tuna. Niño came out and chatted with us while we dined. All the dishes at our table smelled great!
I bought this Groupon for a date night for me and my husband. We had never been to this restaurant and it was not too far from home so we decided to try it. We went in and the server brought our menus and my husband's menu was all different prices than mine was. The bread was good, but to... More
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