Ciao piccola Italia.
First, we had been promised to wait for 15 minutes, we have been waiting for 40 minutes.
Simply said, the taste of food is an unsatisfactory. The service is ok, not very bad, just a few remainders should be made, to have bread, salt and pepper on the table.
Back to the food. I am from Boston, so you may suspect I was spoiled by good Italian food; however, I know how to cook myself. I am not even sure if chief there test his/her production. The technology of cooking is ok, I mean the meat is evenly cooked, the seafood is just slightly overcooked, but sauces are just terrible. Even the dressing for house salad is just been killed by awful balsamic vinegar.
Had dinner there recently, based on someone's recommendation. Wasn't expecting much but they have no idea what an antipasto plate looks like. It's more of a salad with lunch meat on top. French onion soup - luke warm, bland and thin. Dried pasta, rather than fresh....canned mushrooms....tasteless pasta sauces. Wine and service were good. Wouldn't eat here again.