My father had just been released from the hospital....we had been stuck in Georgetown for about a week unexpectedly. Mom found this restaurant and DAd was excited when he saw the eggplant parm. It is a quaint little place, not dirty, pleasant. Waitress was nice, very accommodating. My father and I planned to split an antipasto appetizer and a plate of eggplant parmagiana. The salad was delicious, homemade vinigarette was very tasty. Mom ordered pasta marinara and quite enjoyed it. Sauce was truly homemade and had flavor, not just a tomato sauce.
Our eggplant parm came and my jaw almost dropped, because the portion was so small! I felt bad that I offered to split it with my father. There were about 5 slices of eggplant ( maybe 2 in diameter if we were lucky), and a portion of pasta. I will say that it had great flavor, but I expected a much greater portion, especially for the $12 price tag.
Others in the restaurant ordered pizzas and they looked delectable, as well as the burgers that were stacked tall.
Overall, this place was nice, just expected more, meaning larger portions, out of an Italian restaurant.
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