We went there, as a group of 16, for lunch.
We had set a fixed menu before going so there.
Service was fast and efficient.
Warm foccacia with balsamic and olive oil was excellent
The cheese ravioli were excellent! Pasta was cooked perfectly and sauce tasted home-made: rich and robust. Staff came around with pepper grinder and extra parmesan.
Tossed salad with mixed greens was crisp and fresh and the balsamic vinegar was spot-on.
Then the food went downhill from there.
The chicken parmesan was grossly overdone. The coating was oil laden and the chicken dry and difficult to chew. The cheese on top was congealed and cold and was in a perfect square leading one to think it was packaged.
The green beans were grossly underdone to the point of raw. If they had been freshly picked (impossible because they were not in season), it might have helped but these were big and very stringy. And by placing the chicken parm on top of the beans and potatoes, the spuds became mushy to the point of the skins peeling off. The presentation was way off. We know that stacking food may be the "in" thing now, but because of the sheer size of the chicken, many people had to move it to their bread plate to get at the veg.
Others have raved about the tiramisu but frankly it was blah. Way too much whipped cream and not enough lady fingers soaked in coffee and booze. left a cloyingly oily taste on ones month.
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