We hadn't eaten here since Scusa's made the move to their new location, so thought it would be nice to see what they'd done with the place. We were seated immediately and saw that the new decor is nice. The atmosphere is enhanced by the live saxiphone player who we really enjoyed.
However, the food was just mediocre. The fresh baked bread they serve had practically no flavor at all. I don't know if someone forgot to add salt when they baked it, or what. I had the chicken picata, and although the sauce was excellent, the chicken was dry as a bone. My husband had the eggplant and said that it was very unremarkable. Our friend had the best of the bunch having ordered the evenings appetizer special; a lobster ravioli. There didn't seem to be any lobster in the ravioli, but rather in the sauce - which was quite delicious. The service was good.