Three of us for lunch, I had my usual chicken marsala and it was just as delicious and grand as the first time I had it. Again, I have paid twice as much at other restaurants for a similar entree that was nowhere near as good. The small side salad was cold and achingly fresh, the roll was big, at least twice as large as a regular dinner side roll. We split the nachos, really salty and crisp, the cheese just spicy enough. For dessert we split the raspberry mousse cake, a large piece very sweet and very tasty. The service was as it always is, prompt and friendly. The total was 37 bucks for three people.
I say again, as I said in my previous reviews, I realize this review is quite enthusiastic but I want to convince you to at least stop by and try their food. I also realize this is based on one person's review but I am quite serious about the chicken marsala. It was not only delicious, it was fresh, served in a large bowl with a good portion of fresh pasta, smothered in mushrooms with a tasty sauce. Once again, I could only finish about half of it and took the rest home.
The menu is extensive, Mexican as well as pizza, Greek and American. The decor is a amalgam of styles, electric and disparate, and it is slightly worn-down but do not let that concern you. You are here for the food and you forget the decor with your first mouthful of food. It is a clean, bright and airy restaurant and would be good for families with children.
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