Three of us ate here on November 1st and everyone's dish was first class. Even on entering the restaurant the omens were good with neat traditional red and white tablecloths on well spaced tables, leather banquette booths, the walls covered with black and white photos and a pervading whiff of Fresh Parmesan.
My stuffed pasta shells with Parmesan, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and creamy masala and sage sauce might have been the tastiest Italian dish I have ever had. To twist a phrase from Johnny Cash, I have probably had better but I can't remember when. It was a generous portion but I still wanted more when I finished. Delicious. Instead I helped myself to some of my son's spaghetti and meatballs in meat sauce. His portion was enough to feed at least two - our waitress had warned portions were big but his was humongous. It was very tasty though and between us we ate as much as we could before almost rolling out of the restaurant. No room for desserts I'm afraid.
My wife also raved about her chicken and mushroom with a sweet masala sauce and angel hair pasta. Again a generous portion but her plate was cleared with the last drop of sauce mopped up with accompanying bread. Wines came in 6 oz, 9 oz and by the bottle. None on the list are cheap but you get what you pay for and I can recommend both the Washington State "boom Boom" Shiraz and the Castello di Gabbiano Chianti.
Service was excellent and I can't recall the cost but for what we got it was more than reasonable. Hopefully I'll make it back before I leave Orlando.
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