Our dinner started with rolls and salad. The rolls came drenched in oil and garlic which guaranteed that the exterior was tasty, however the interior was doughy and bland. The salads were nicely proportioned but otherwise, standard diner fare–shredded lettuce, a single slice of onion, a couple of croutons and pieces of tomato, with an Italian dressing that tasted like it came off a supermarket shelf.
Our server was attentive and unobtrusive, although I was a bit surprised to find my main dish arriving before I had even started on my salad.
The hubby was underwhelmed with his dish–tortellini with sundried tomatoes and spinach in a cream sauce.
Even with a mostly empty restaurant (we had gone late enough to avoid most of the dinner crowd), the poor acoustics were clear as it was far louder than the number of patrons would indicate.
Looks like we are still on the hunt for a mid-range Italian restaurant in Huntsville. Until then, I’ll just have to keep making my own Alfredo sauce.
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