Our party of four met at Pema's for Sunday brunch, the waffle was light, fluffy and delicious. The Italian specialities were overlooked, dry, or tasteless. The meatballs were tasteless, and the sauce was forgettable. The tilapia was dry, overlooked and had a funky flavor. The sausage link pieces were burned and tough. The roulade was relatively tasty, but also dry and overlooked. The shrimp in red sauce was okay.
Service was good, they kept the coffee cups filled, the water filled and the plates bussed. The restaurant was dark, and there was an overwhelming smell of burned garlic, it was the only thing we smelled when entering...and our clothes reeked afterward.
It was overpriced for what it was. We will not be back.
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