Well, at least at Pizza Hut you don't expect much or pay much.
I'm a local, and I have eaten in most of the other Vigilucci's (there are several in North County). They were always good to better-than-good.
This new one, on the tourist path of Coronado, is what you would expect from a restaurant owner who was looking to milk the tourists - you know give them bad food, a good location, and send them on back home.
Pasta was paste, fish wasn't fresh, prime rib was tough. Even the bread was poor.
The Caesar salad was good.
We were there on Super Bowl Sunday night, we're pretty much the only ones there, and somehow the still managed to put someone elses' $12 wine on our bill(we don't drink, so it jumped out).
Skip this and go across the street to Tomaso's or on the other end of the Island to Il Fornio. Neither are perfect, but, hey, they are heavenly compared to Vigilucci's. Shame on them!!!