We found the menu to be very limited. When we asked the waiter about the sauce on the pasta marinara, he was honest and stirred us away from it. However, that same sauce is on the veal parm that he did recommend. He reassured us that it was real veal and that the chef was back there pounding it out. When it came to the table, it looked more like veiner schnitzel than veal parm with a watery red sauce. My husband ate it because he was hungry. I ordered the pasta mediterranean (a primavera in an oil and white wine sauce). I could count the tomatoes, spinach, black olives, and canned pickled artichokes that were in with the pasta. It was pretty void of veggies. Now you would think that veggies are an ingredient you can be generous with from a cost standpoint...it was what I call a "wish" dish. Wish it was really the way I thought it was going to look and taste. There's really nothing Italian about this place, they just call themselves Italian. Don't waste your time or your money in going here... there are too many other great choices. I really wish I could give this a better review.
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