I was in town visiting family and it can be hard finding something that matches up with what everyone wants. My wife = vegetarian, my grandmother = inexpensive, me = not deep fried. Considering all of those factors, it was a fairly good choice. While I think the prices are a little higher than they should be for the quality of food, the food is at least a little above average.
The menu isn't incredibly diverse, nor is the clientele for that matter, but there is something to be said for sticking to what you do well. Their pasta dishes are the reason people come to the restaurant and they focus on them. The small serving of ravioli is only three pieces, but the flavor is there. Obviously, everyone will have different opinions on the taste.
The staff is "experienced" and I'm pretty sure most of them were working there the last time I stopped in, 20 years ago. The decor is a little better than it was back then, but it isn't going to win any awards for the way it looks. It seems like they have added some lighting, but it is still fairly dark inside and has little to no natural light. The tables, chairs, flooring, etc... is dated but functional. It could certainly stand to be updated.
Long story short, it isn't at the top of my list in Williamsport, but I would pick it over a chain restaurant in a heartbeat. It covers all the basics pretty well.