Went with a group of 5 on a Friday night (reservations are a must, the place was packed). It was very loud, and the service was spotty but it was very busy (i.e. our emptied appetizer plate sat on the table all through the meal, and we had to ask for water from more than one waiter before we got it). The bread was warm and served with a great oil and olive mixture. We started with the frito (seafood) platter as an appetizer to share, which had a lovely batter and interesting fried lemon slices. I had the chicken risotto which was a touch too acidic and the chicken was way over-cooked, my partner had the ravioli which came with only 5 pieces of large ravioli. Considering the most expensive pasta dish was $17, the prices are decent, but the food is only okay.
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