I frequent this restaurant for both lunch and dinner. Lunch costs under $300 (including service charge) which allows you to choose from an Antipasto buffet (excellent choices and quality), a main dish (fish and pasta usually average; meat is the better choice), and dessert plus coffee or tea.
For dinner, the best items on the a la carte menu are the spaghetti with lobster in a tomato sauce, the open lasagna, sole, and the meat dishes. Pizzas aren't too interesting. The starters are also good. Overall, food quality is good but not spectacular.
Wine prices are reasonable for a place like this with many Italian choices.
Service is a bit slow. The staff aren't good at anticipating your needs as you usually have to ask for things to be done (bring more bread, more water, give me the dessert menu, give me the check).
Located at a basement with low ceiling, there is no view to speak of. Overall, it's a good safe bet for an Italian meal.
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