Restaurant was across the street from our hotel so we decided to try it. We ordered lobster ravioli and chicken parm. For the $, I thought the lobster ravioli portion was not on par with price paid. Chicken parm was a good sized portion. Unfortunately, they didn't drain the pasta enough in the chicken parm dish which made the sauce very runny and thinned the flavor. I would expect an Italian restaurant to know how to cook pasta. Service was slightly on the slow side and the waiter didn't check back often enough to see if we needed anything. The restaurant was not busy at all that night. The bread was good with garlic olive oil for dipping. Pretty tasty. I doubt we'll be eating there again when we go back to Ogunquit. There are simply too many other restaurants in the area with better food and service for a better price. All in all just ok.
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