. . .and she did not steer us bum! We had a lovely meal at Mama Mia Too, starting with hot-from-the-oven bread and a dipping sauce of oil, vinegar, spices, garlic, and grated cheese, crisp salads, and plates of chicken piccata (chicken breast, steamed hunk o' broccoli, in a sauce of white wine, butter, capers, that left me wanting to lick the plate) and homemade pasta, perfectly al dente, with a hearty red sauce and sausages. The chicken came with a side of angel hair pasta -- Italian comfort food at its best. Nothing surprising, nothing fancy, just good wholesome food, a gracious welcome, and good service. On a Saturday night the place was packed with multigenerational families and middle-aged couples enjoying each other's company. We'd return.
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