We ate here on a Saturday night. Oysters as starter were very good; fresh and tasty. Mains were average, at best. Grilled octopus (special) was tasty, but small portion. Pappardelle pasta was not so good. The pasta was all stuck together in the plate, making the dish unappealing. The steak was OK - average (not Ruth Chris; more like a good diner steak). Shrimp pasta good. Shrimp were large and pasta was well cooked. Overall, an average meal at an above average price. The summary comment is that Nero Grill is like the Marco Polo (in Summit) of Livingston - just more expensive.
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