Driving to this Restaurant of the Year (2012) awarded venue, we expected an exciting meal. Our first impression of the massive faux castle exterior was "What? Are we in New Jersey?" Tony Soprano would have felt comfortable. Inside there was a welcome fire burning in the front room and a large dining room beyond with tables well spaced. We elected to try four primi as starters. The zuppa de vongole was spicy and assertive, the lasagne verde Bolongese melted in your mouth, but the strozziopeli and veal/spinach crespeli were disappointing. My branzino with basil oil was perfectly moist and well executed but nothing spectacular. One of our party raved about the salmon done rare with a honey glaze and the scallopini was pronounced very good. Perhaps the best main was a veal chop and it WAS spectacular. Dessert was ordinary and a disappointment.
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