This Quincy neighborhood Italian spot has been in existence more than fifty years. First, the good news. My friend had the chicken and eggplant parm combo and took home a doggy bag worth two more meals. My chosen entree of Chicken Sorrento was also a huge portion which I ate in its entirety on the premises. It was an excellent combination of chicken with mushrooms, roasted red peppers, capicolla and mozzarella cheese in a white wine based sauce. Thank goodness I chose an entree without the tomato sauce, which I sampled in the side of pasta. It was underseasoned and tomato-ey. The salad was watery iceberg, the bread was soft and bland, and the Scotch on the rocks was small. Service was friendly but slow. After about a half hour sojourn from our dining area, our friendly waitress came out to apologize for the kitchen being backed up. The kitchen is indeed backed up -- to 1963. "Old school" is charming...this is just "old hat."
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