We popped in for lunch after seeing the Rubens House (five stars!). The restaurant had very few people, but service from the kitchen was shockingly slow.
It arrived when only when we asked for either the bill or our food. So the fault was only in the kitchen, not with the servers, who were very nice and tried to make the best of a bad situation.
My veal piccata limone was hard, tiny, and overtly tart, we sent the frites back because they weren't hot. My wife's ossobucco was OK, thus two stars and not one.
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