Sorellina packs quite a wallop for a "little sister" and effortlessly proves that its every bit as competent as its older sibling, Mistral. Big flavors, big atmosphere, and big bills abound and it seems that the only thing "little" about Sorellina is the dining room (which is about 40 seats smaller than Mistral's but is still huge by Boston standards). The cool black and white dining room, dominated by an illuminated, mural-sized photograph of the Italian countryside, provides the perfect backdrop for the restaurant's chic but relatively subdued clientele. What started off a bit rocky--our table wasn't ready until thirty or forty minutes after our reservation--turned out smooth as silk, and we all left Sorellina fatter and happier than we were when we arrived. (Almost a week later, I'm still salivating for those indescribably delicate American Waygu beef meatballs.) Combine all this with a genuinely warm and welcoming waitstaff, and you cease to wonder why you have to call so far ahead for a dinner reservation.
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