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Posted by Jean V on 06/26/2012
The atmosphere was fine and our entrees acceptable for a quick lunch. The waiter offhandedly asking if we wanted garlic bread, implying it was free when it added $4 to our meal, was not. Just a bit too cynical in their treatment of tourists.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2011
Annoying waiter with no class kept asking if we were finished while we were still eating. Waste of time when we could have eaten in much better places in sf...
Posted by Dennis on 02/23/2011
The food and the restaurant are so-so
Posted by AK on 06/14/2008
Do not eat here. My fiance and I decided to eat here today since they advertised themselves as a 'Seafood and Italian" restaurant. Since she is a vegetarian, we thought that she could get a nice Italian dish and I could eat some good seafood. When we got there, the place was very sparsely populated (all the other restaurants leading up to this place were extremely busy) and yet we still sat at our table for about 10 minutes before having someone get our drink order. Some of the silverware was a bit dirty and one of our napkins looked as though it had fallen on the floor and been trampled upon with a dirty boot. The garlic bread was chewy and tasted like day old, microwaved bread. The dungeoness crab panini tasted half way decent (i've had better at a local bar) and there were only about 15 mildly warm fries on the plate. Between the two of our meals, the fettucini wasn't that bad. So, for an ice tea, sangria, garlic bread, crab panini, and fettucini, the bill came to about $50. If you're looking for good seafood, good service, or just good food, I would highly recommend eating somewhere else.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/02/2006
We had the special advertized out front... salad, lasagna and carrot cake for 11.95. Salad was pretty good (hard to screw that up), lasagna was reminscient of my college cafeteria, and the carrot cake seemed to be out of a box.