The menu would give you the impression that the chef knew about gourmet food. I tried Putenesca, figuring that since it is a very simple sauce it should be fine. Surprize, it didn't come close. It had vegetables, little if any garlic, no hint of anchovies, no olives. You guessed it, I didn't enjoy it. The host was lacking in friendliness and tried to put us at the worst table first even though we had reservations. The tables are too close together but the waitstaff was fine. Since there aren't many restaurants in town, it accounts for why it's crowded.
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