Last night we had the Chilean seabass which we ordered from the list of specials read off by the server. Nothing was said of the price, but when the bill arrived it was $34 for the plate. The printed menu ranges from a low of $19 for the linguini to a high of $27 for the zupa de pesce with most things in the $21 range. So this one is way past the norm. As to the seabass itself, it was good, but for the same price or possibly less it would be better a couple of doors down at Il Barriloto. But that aside, the bottom line is we left feeling a bit had. Otherwise, food is competent, but taking account what it costs, it's no buy.
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