What a disappointment this restaurant was. After reading reviews posted here, we decided to book a dinner reservation. The service couldn't have been better - we were immediately descended upon by two waiters who unfolded our napkins, presented us with menus and wine list, and asked if we preferred carbonated or plain water. I was surprised to find that there were no table linens--no table cloths or placemats. Not a big deal I suppose, but something that I would expect to find in an upscale restaurant. I was most surprised/disappointed when I asked if the pasta was fresh and was told that only the ravioli were made in-house. And the menu is a la carte. My spouse had the Nove Spaghetti. There were 3 shrimp, 2 scallops, and 1/2 lobster claw in the dish. $49 for that? It was okay, but certainly nothing that I would go out of my way to have again. We also ordered the chicken parm. It was good, but hugely overpriced at $29 for two small chicken cutlets. A 1/2 order of spaghetti on the side was $11. We were delivered no more than 1 cup of pasta. And the marinara sauce was not good. We shared a bottle of chianti, no dessert and no appetizer. The bill was nearly $200. As I said, the service couldn't have been better, the waiters were attentive and very pleasant. The view is spectacular at night. But overall, not worth the price of dinner. I would not recommend this restaurant and would not eat here again.
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