The restaurant we had planned on going to was closed and this one was close by. I appeared to be busy with customers, so we decided to go in. We were not sure of the place, so we were just going to order wine and an appetizer. We found and appetizer that sounded good, pecorino romano cheese with slices of pear, and walnut w/honey. The menu did not list any wines; however,the waitress was able to recite all of the white wines they had. The charddony & the cheese dish was delivered promptly,as well as the bread. The bread was so hard, that I just began eating the "soft" center and discarding the crust. The cheese was dry and looked like it had been sitting around for several months. But the walnuts are the reason I chose to write this review... They tasted like old oil that was over 3 years old! I cannot believe they would actually serve something like that, knowing their customers would notice... The only bright spot was the waitresses,they were very friendly.
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