When things go right here, you love the place and vow to become a regular. But then there are nights when nothing works. Pastas are normally just perfect. The fish stew is reliably very good. Some salads are better than others and can be overdressed. They don't do meat well here but the fish special is often very tasty. One wishes they would use a better quality cheese. The wine list is good and the prices fair. Allora feels like the real thing, very italian, and that is its greatest asset and its greatest liability.
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