I must say I did not have high expectations as I typically do not have much luck with Italian food away fromthe NYC/Long Island area, but the quality was very good. Bread was fresh, minestrone soup was excellent, and the main course was excellent. I had the veal and shrimp parm which was thin and tender. Sauce flavor was very good on the veal, however was very watered down on the pasta. I think the chef may not have drained the pasta enough. Aside from the pasta sauce, I would definitely return. The best part of this restaurant is its location, which was within walking distance of our cottage.
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