Bruschetta at 8 dollars was excellent - freshly chopped tomatoes on toast that had been lightly rubbed with garlic. Pasta with mushrooms was heavily sauced and rather stodgy, four cheese pizza was served with figs (actually fig conserve) and thinly sliced ham (described as prosciutto and it could have been, but buried in the pizza it was hard to tell). No chilli oil, but waitress offered us 'spicy oil', which was rather disappointing. Wines were not so good, barbera at only 8 dollars a glass was a little thin, and the chianti was stale and well past its best. Coffee, by contrast, was very good. Service was OK but nothing special.
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