Three of us ate lunch and the pasta was a disappointment to all. It was cooked al dente but was bland and the sauces were uninspired and failed the classic Italian restaurant test of penne with oil, garlic and red pepper. Service was friendly and efficient. The house chianti was a standout of an otherwise unmemorable meal, as was the warm bread served with a saucer of a delectable olive oil and garlic mixture. The sparsely decorated, single room, 50-seat restaurant is in a stand alone building adjacent to two parking lots and close to the main street - so that traffic noise makes the small front patio not especially inviting. For us a disappointment, as there is so much potential, but the lack of interest is reflected in the totally disorganized back of house area which becomes visible when visiting the washrooms.
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