Bearing in mind this little place is in the middle of nowhere it is amazing that anybody ever gets there. When we arrived my son said "Mummy this is a house not a restaurant, I don't think we should go in". Luckily we did go in and we had a very good meal. The service was fantastic; friendly, helpful and kind to our children. I asked for spaghetti with clams but without mussels (as I had a bad reaction before), and the waitress was charming and said it was no problem. My partner had a veggie spaghetti and the kids had pastas. We all ate everything. My only quibble would be that the sauces were a little overly saucy. The adult pastas were at least 'mixed in' with their sauces but for some reason the kids' pastas were 'with sauce on top' which is a bit old fashioned but the kids don't mind. My clams were plump and delicious and the wine was great. The house salad was fresh, tasty and frankly a bit of a joyous find in America. In all honestly if this food was served up in a big city you'd be pleased but to be served up in nowheresville you're pretty delighted. Thanks for the memories.
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