This restaurant looks like a cafetaria in lunch time because you help yourself. During dinner time, it's not candle-light dinner either. Food is good, not great. They do have some vegetarian novelty entrees that a lot of the italian restaurants don't have, but the quality is OK. I don't understand how shamelessly they price their vegetarian entrees to $16 - $17 when the service is not extra-ordinary, nor is the food, nor is the environment nor ambience. The entree portions are also very small, just enough for one person, it's not even served on nice china-style plates, I just don't get the hack of menu prices. We ordered Fettuchine alfredo for kids (without adding anything extra that they normally do per their menu) and they shamelessly charged full $17, certainly not for kids and adults need to think twice if this is worth the money.
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