I was excited to try this Trattoria because the menu featured some regional specialties and looked more authentic than most allegged "Italian" restaurants in the States. We got there for dinner around 8.30 pm on a Monday evening, so the place was almost empty. The manager greeted us very nicely but the service was slow and inattentive. We ordered one serving each thinking that it would be sufficient. My 20$ portion of ravioli with shrimps and scallops had literally four ricotta ravioli in it. I gave one to the baby so I was left with 3 ravioli for dinner. When I said to the waiter that I would have appreciated him mentioning that portions were on the small side, so that I could have ordered more food, he argued that four is the standard serving. The ravioli, though little, were good but the charcuterie and cheese platter my husband ordered was covered with sauce, which was rather unpleasant and not mentioned in the menu according to which only the pears were supposed to have some sauce on. So overall a disappointing experience. Peccato!
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