I had only starters, so the restaurant should be reviewed probably on the entrees. Nice enough atmosphere and a friendly, cheerful wait person attending to us at the chef's table or whatever the bar facing the kitchen is called. She did call the bruschetta "broo-sheh-tah" instead of "broo-skeh-tah," which is sort of unforgivable in an Italian restaurant. But she graciously accepted the information. The shrimp bruschetta was excellent, despite only one shrimp per piece of bread: The sauce was scrumptious.
The mussels were too salty, but that might have been what made the broth so good to be soaked in the bread. Both dishes had the same bread, which might have been fried. It was good.
The wait for my dinner was extraordinarily long, exacerbated by my seeing the guy next to me, with a more complicated set of dishes and who arrive after me, get all his food first.
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