This was a nice place for decent food- nothing pretentious nor fancy- but tasty and good value for the money. There are about eight tables inside and half a dozen more outside with a good deal of take out business for a Thursday at 6 pm. The lone server was friendly and moved around without a lot of fuss though we could hear him speaking to the kitchen staff through a window.
The Valentino chips with marinara are potatoes sliced so thin you can see through them then they're fried crisp (think of a Lay's potato chip). We scarfed them down quickly while waiting on our entrees- delicious, but slightly greasy like homemade ones. We had stuffed shells, lasagna with meat, and chicken parmigiana. The portions were large and hearty and served with a piece of delicious garlic bread. The shells and lasagna had ricotta that was packed solid and not "wet" or runny. The lasagna also had a lot of meat and was an enormous portion with several layers of pasta. The large chicken breast for the parmigiana was breaded and deep fried but the batter held tight and wasn't greasy. None of the entrees were swimming in sauce or grease. We skipped dessert after the huge amounts of food but they offer a few standards and gelato.
Overall, we'd return if we were in the area and ready for a big meal without a big production or noisy atmosphere.