We found the restaurant by chance when we were visiting old Scottsdale, and had an outdoor table in the evening sunshine with our two sons. The service was friendly but slow, despite the fact that the restaurant was not full. The waiter came with a tray of dried pasta to talk us through the specials (in some detail). They sounded great, but boy were they expensive - $20+ to $35 for a plate of pasta...and the ice cream was an eye watering $12 (which is the same as in the Savoy hotel in central London). However, I had a really well-made lamb ragu, which I will remember for a long time, and everyone enjoyed their choices. The portions were not huge, and they did offer some dishes as half portions for the children. In short, we had a good meal, in very pleasant surroundings, but felt the prices were too high.
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