We ordered lasgna and where pretty disappointed. The dish was a bit runny and not terribly tasty. The bread nuts were excellent.
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This is not a first time visit. As matter of fact, I've been here a few times before with better results, but this time I'm sad to say was lackluster and I really struggled to give an average grade. The table is wasn't set, I had to get pepper from another table, and we were informed that if we wanted... More
Being raised in the northeast, I certainly miss the great tasting Italian food. This restaurant offers many of my favorite dishes from my Long Island, N.Y. days of youth. I had the baked Ziti, it was delicious and authentic to the original recipie. My wife tried the spinach ravioli was very pleased with the taste. This quaint restaurant is in... More
My Mom and I had lunch at the original location. We walked in & were not sure it was open, as it was empty. A lady sat in corner on her tablet and seemed bothered with our presence. We had to ask her if they were open and if we could sit. She never volunteered any info. She motioned we... More
This place is like the many restaurants that were featured in "Kitchen Nightmares with Gordon Ramsey." The unenthusiastic owners are not Italian and have no idea how to make even decent Italian food. It's all frozen and reheated (including the dinner rolls) and it's a real shame that this dump is the only option for Italian food in Enterprise. If... More
My husband and I were in the mood for some Italian food, not many choices in Enterprise. We settled in at the new restaurant only to find out we couldn't get a glass of wine where we were, but could across the street at the original location. We should have done that, but it seemed like too much trouble so... More
Well, it was a very disappointing evening for my husband and I. Friday night, we get their just after 5 p.m., there were a few other tables occupied. This was out first visit to this new location. When you walked in you are uncertain if you seat yourself of if someone's going to come seat you. We walked to the... More
We are refugees from Hurricane Matthew. We came to Enterprise as we knew it was out of the zone and we knew the city quite. This restaurant was within walking distance of our hotel. It is a small Italian restaurant that looked very enticing; so we decided gave it a try. Honestly it was a home run. It was probably... More
Had the urge for Manicotti and Dothan just don't have it. We drove out and pleasantly surprised. Manicotti was great! Wife had chicken Alfredo. Good portions with salad and rolls! Both of us around 29.00 plus tip. Old fashioned Italian!
This place is very small, and in a little strip shopping center. It's cutely decorated, with a very Italian look. We ordered the chicken alfredo and the veal. It was just delicious, as was the bread,which was freshly baked. We will certainly go again!!!
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