This was our first time to try Romano's Macaroni Grill. The highlights of the whole visit was being able to watch the kitchen as they prepared the orders and the appetizers. This gave us good expectations seeing the plates as they left the kitchen. We started off with the complimentary bread and olive oil. The bread was very good. We had the house wine which was served on the honor system. They leave the bottle on the table and you marked how many glasses that was poured. The wine was average dinner red wine. Our appetizers were the Chianti Sausage with crispy Potatoes and the Spicy Ricotta Meatballs. All was very good and flavorful but small on size. The 5 meatballs were the size of half dollars. The sausage was 6 thinly diagonally sliced pieces. The value was both for $9.00. Our entrees were the Chicken Marsala, the Chicken Parmesan and the Grilled Shrimp Spiedini. The serving size seemed small compared to the price of each dish. The Chicken Marsala was a 3 thinly sliced chicken breast in a mushroom and garlic sauce with a small pile of thin pasta with a bland marinara sauce. The mushrooms and garlic was the main parts of the dish. The chicken and pasta was kinda bland. The Chicken Parmesan had 3 thinly breaded chicken patties with a serving of thin pasta and a bland marinara. It would have been better with a thicker and more flavorful marinara on both. The Grilled Shrimp Spiedini was the better of all three entrees. The shrimp was large and delicious. Also on the plate was grilled vegetables. They were a little too grilled but ok. The service was fair with the waitress having to return several times to bring forgotten items. We might return and try something else on the menu but as of now we were not impressed.