Beautiful interiors as soon as you walk in. Dimly lit, trellis on the ceiling with fake grape vines pulled through with some twinkle lights and plates on the walls.
The server that we got did not speak English particularly well, which our hotel had warned us might happen. He was not, however, Iranian. I think there might have been a bit of confusion with some people in the past who just saw that the servers didn't speak English as a first language and were moderately dusky skinned and automatically went middle-eastern, but I'm pretty darned sure our guy was Italian.
The food was very good. We got two orders of garlic bread, an order of the fresh mozzarella on tomatoes, stuffed cheese shells (as opposed to the "staffed meat shells"), and the lasagna. The cheese was very fresh, very good, and very present in everything but the garlic bread. When I cut into my stuff shells, I could string out the cheese for almost a foot before it broke. Delicious!