When Denizens of the Lehigh Valley authentica Southern Italy Italian they head to Sal's. Seconds after being seated the garlic break arrives smothered in whole chunks of Garlic and ubiquitous oil. Great bread and great flavor but we must have gotten ones left over from lunch because they were not remotely hot. We sat at one of the bigger booths and where given hostile eyeballs but where allowed to remain since it was just after five. If you go at a busy time and only two your going to be crammed against the wall at a small table, there are only about ten tables in the restaurant. My Chicken Parm was as it should be, big and tender with lot's of cheese sitting over good spaghetti and decent but not spectacular sauce. For $13.95 the salad was included and the blue cheese dressing was fresh and "delish." The cannoli for desert was a nice touch and dead on!!
Anytime I am in the Lehigh Valley, I'd recommend Sal's.