We've eaten at Roberto's several times of the past ten years and are happy to report that, at present, the food and service are both excellent. We ordered two bottles of wine from their wine list, which wasn't extensive, but offered a decent selection of reasonably priced wines. Our party of eight all enjoyed the flat bread appetizer, the mussels, and the salad. we ordered a wide range of entrees and all were delicious. The lobster and pappadelle had a nice portion of lobster and the sauce wasn't too heavy. The risotto in both the osso bucco and in the seafood risotto was creamy and cooked just right. The scallops with linguine, the bolognese, and the saltimbocca were all equally delicious. Each of these familiar meals were what you'd expect from a good quality Italian restaurant. The surprise dish was the black cod served with black olives, capers, and tomatoes; this dish was an unexpected delight. Desserts were a bit of a disappointment. Pass on the creme brulee and don't bother with the peanut butter bomb; instead, try the ricotta cheesecake, highly recommended by our server, or the mud pie, both were calorie worthy. It was a busy night on a holiday weekend in Ogunquit and our server didn't miss a beat. We are pleased that Roberto's seems to have "kicked it up a notch" since our last visit and look forward to dining there again.
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