I understand the concept of doing a few things very well. However, if the only thing you do exceptionally well is a tomato sauce, maybe you should reconsider the idea of an italian ristorante. We went here for my wife's birthday and took the family. Our appetizer was calamari that were good, but not especially memorable. I then got a very strange version of Spaghetti Vongole - it basically ended up being spaghetti with what seemed like cheap new england clam chowder poured over it. My wife's main dish was by far the worst at the table...shrimp with spaghetti in a garlic butter sauce. While the shrimp were cooked very well, they were covered in cheap, soggy breadcrumbs, and the garlic butter sauce...well it was basically a stick of butter melted over the pasta. My sister-in-law had a chicken marsala, and while I did not try her dish, the quality of the chicken rivaled a McDonalds Grilled Chicken Sandwich, and her testimony of the flavor was no better.
The rest of the table all got some variation of pasta with red sauce and was reasonably satisfied with their dishes - admittedly, the red sauce was very good. The tiramisu we had for desert was also good, albeit somewhat unusual.
As for the service, it was a bit slow, but charming, very much in line with the service you would expect in the mediterranean in general.
The final nail in the coffin was the bill - definitely not in line with the quality of the food.
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