We visited Chianti's on Friday, have been there a few times before. The food is fair, nice size portions, but the quality is average. For example, Swordfish was overcooked, with no flavor. Chicken Francese portion was very large- 3 pieces of chicken, but very thick- cutlets needed to be pounded out, -sauce was pretty good. Same deal with the veal cutlets- too thick, but sauce was fair. Smelts were good, but a very small portion. The waitstaff was very friendly and apologetic for the extremely slow service from the kitchen. The location is great, but place needs some remodeling. The upside- they have Campari- which is always a plus in an Italian restaurant.
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