This is a small gem and probably the kind of restaurant most chefs wish they could afford to operate. The cuisine is Northern Italian which rules out the kind of trendy fusion cuisine some here seemed to be seeking. Romeo's is about the total dining experience. That said our six courses were well-done and the portions precisely measured to leave you satisfied. At the end of the meal, my two teenage boys were neither over- nor under-fed.
It starts with the owner/chef greeting you on arrival. Most places try to have a manager circulate to the tables once or twice during a given visit. Here you get the attention of the chef and owner several times during the meal. He is not just asking a perfunctory 'Is everything OK?' He initially asks about your preferences and then tailors that evening's prix fixe course to accommodate what you told him earlier. He then comes back to ask if he did it well. This means he remembers you and what you told him. Remarkable!
This level a service carries over the rest of the staff. During our visit they were both attentive and unobtrusive - which is my gold standard. I didn't spend a lot of time with the wine list but it appeared to exist less as a major profit center and more as something to compliment the meals. Ahem... the prices were reasonable.
I was little apprehensive after reading some of the reviews here but they evaporated quickly. Some people have complained that the food was ordinary. I would answer that it was ordinary food prepared and served extraordinarily well. There is a difference.
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