Gluten free bolognese dish is good but I would ask for the corn pasta, cuz eating white rice pasta gives you about as much of a nutrition boost as eating a paper cup would. Dish with corn pasta listed with it on the menu is basically pasta tossed with olive oil and vegetables for like twenty bucks. The lentil soup is quite good here, as is the antipasti, although the antipasti is woefully overpriced for a few slices of prosciutto with some olives. Generally speaking----everything here costs about twice as much as it really ought to considering how much the ingredients cost, and the "fun" of gluten-free pasta dishes provided us gluten-free folks at an Italian restaurant really doesn't quite cover over that basic fact. They try, but....well.
Also, the most recent time I was there, the quite pretty waitress had absolutely no clue what she was doing re: doing the actual JOB she was paid for. That was not so great.
Generally speaking, it's a halfway decent place, sure, but....that's about as far as I would go. Decent on a good day.
Also, I found a bone once in my bolognese, so---watch out!
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