We had heard great things about Andiamo and were looking forward to an evening of fine dining. Despite a few high points, we were slightly disappointed overall. We were greeted promptly and seated by a friendly hostess from Italy. The hostess checked on us several times during the evening and we struck up a nice conversation with her. The dining room is really well decorated and inviting. The tables are far enough apart that you can hold a conversation without involving the neighboring tables. The first negative was the temperature of the dining area. It was in the 60's and breezy. All in our party were cold and the hostess gladly attempted to raise the thermostat - with little relief. I'll preface the rest of review with the fact that we ordered off the regular menu. I would have preferred the chef's tasting menu but we were told to allow about 2 1/2 hours for that and not everyone in our party was so inclined. The Sincero house wine was excellent and came out in mini-carafes. The house bread is among the best sampled. However, when our table asked for a refill, we were promised another basket and it never arrived. When it came to order, the waitress seemed to have some difficulty remembering what the specials were. First up was an appetizer, Salsiccia della Casa, that was beautifully presented with a taste to match. Not everyone ordered an appetizer and there was about a 30 minute break between the appetizer and the salads. Next out were soup and salads. The special of the day soup was creamy red pepper with a fantastic taste. The Insalata di Mele was average (not much on the plate and the presentation was uninspired), but the special of the day salad was very tasty. For the main courses, the Vitello ai Porcini was paper thin and the sauce complemented it perfectly. It was accompanied by silky smooth mashed potatoes and crispy vegetables. After another long wait between courses (maybe 40 minutes), the plates, like the restaurant, came out cool. The Gamberi Andiamo was also tasty but cold and that plate was returned for warming. What emerged from the kitchen was a steaming hot plate and shrimp were rubbery and tough. It was obvious they had microwaved the whole plate. Rather than return it for a second time, we ate what we could off of it. Dessert was another highlight. Coffee and Cafe Americano were brewed expertly and the Panna Cotta was excellent and the white chocolate cheesecake even better (seriously among the best cheesecake I have tested). Overall, we'd rate Andiamo about 3.5 out of 5 on this particular evening. I'd like to give it a second try with the chef's tasting menu.