We went to Anthony's on a recommendation of a friend. What was he thinking. The mussels in white wine were very good as well as the italian wedding soup and pasta fagoli, but it went down hill from there. I ordered the veal rib chop parm and it look great on the plate, but once I cut into it there was so much bread crumbs you could hardly taste the chop. It ruined the whole dish. A veal chop should not be prepared this way. My husband had the swordfish and shrimp special with risotto. The swordfish was a small piece and poor quality. Shrimp were OK. The risotto looked like oatmeal mush and watery which ran on the plate and no texture. Maybe we should have ordered spagetti and meatballs which seemed to be the favorite of a large table next to us. I must say the waitress was very nice and accomodating.
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