Tambellini's has been around for a very long time and almost everyone in Bridgeville has been here once or twice. They've certainly made a name for themselves but now comes the tough part of keeping up that reputation. It would seem easy with their generous portions, multi-course meals, and good food. The prices are matched with the quantity and quality of food and the atmosphere is what you would expect in a nice mom and pop Italian restaurant. Unfortunately, the only downfall to mention is their service. The waitstaff continually appear to be confused--not serving bread consistently, tending to some tables while neglecting others, etc. If this small (but very noticeable) problem could be resolved, then Tambellini's could be back to its former and well-deserved glory.
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