We had eaten here before and we were looking forward to it, but it was not quite as good as we remembered. The service and atmosphere was warm and welcoming. The first courses were very good - a salumi and fresh fig plate, spinach salad and noodles with oil, garlic, & bacon. The problem was with the secundi. My husband had an eggplant parm which was quite good, but my daughter and I both had the taglienti with porcini which was very bland. Considering it was the season for mushrooms and truffles, we had expected more taste. We joked that maybe they had forgotten the "secret ingredients."
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