Based on raves from TripAdvisor, we saved this restaurant for our last night of vacation. Huge mistake. I agree with the other recent posters who rated it Terrible and can only guess what has led to the downfall of what sounded like a once excellent place. I could drone on in detail about the experience, but I'll summarize. It took 2.5 hours to order and serve 2 courses. That was not leisurely dining, it was incompetence. The waitress would come by every so often to say "One minute...one minute." Time would pass. No food. Given that only 2 other tables were occupied when we arrived, with 6 occupied all night, this is inexcusable. We were not the only ones. The table across from us waited 40 minutes for the pasta course of their preset house menu (so the delay was not b/c they had ordered anything exotic or complicated), then another 5 minutes for silverware. One of the diners finally had to get up and ask at the bar for cutlery so she could eat. The food was deplorable. The zucchini flower antipasto was drenched in balsamic vinegar but otherwise tasteless, the pasta undercooked (no, not al dente, but undercooked enough that you could still taste the dough) and bland, the swordfish was undercooked, watery (possibly frozen), and arrived 10 min before my husband's dish. Again, we were not alone. Another table having a meat dish picked at a few potatoes, then put a napkin over the plate and pushed it away. The service ranged from frenetic (for no reason, since the place was half empty) to snippy. The atmosphere, which could have been charming, was marred by 2 babies crying at concert volume thruout the evening. When a few tables were removed for outside dining, one of the families decided to walk the baby up and down the empty space (rather than go outside) so that everyone could hear. In 30-some years of traveling, often in Italy, and after 2 weeks in Campania enjoying some exquisite food, this ties as the worst meal ever.
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