The evenings specials are written on a chalk board old school style.
Mr. G. started with the Caesar salad, and I went for the carrot ginger soup.
We shared the fried calamari and both agreed it was a tad chewy.
Though the soup was suppose to be carrot and ginger, I tasted no ginger.
But I will say it was delicious carrot soup. Thick and creamy!!
The warm bread was amazing ...
The olive oil seemed weak, lacked flavoured ...
For the mains Mr. G went for a veal dish with mushrooms and grilled vegetables; and I tried the gnocchi with mushrooms. The portions were quite generous, but both dishes were a little over powered in flavour by the mushrooms. Still, it was nicely plated and we did enjoyed our meals.
The staff were extremely friendly and attentive and the evening entertainer Shayne Stolz was beyond wonderful. He kept us entertained with classics from Frank Sinatra; Michael Bublé; and Louis Armstrong just to name a few; while eating and sipping wine. Shayne has the voice of an angel, and his passion for music comes through in his singing. If you have the opportunity to go and hear this young man I know you will be impressed.
The menu stays true to its Italian roots. And as we sat enjoying our meal people trickled in and by the time we left the place was full. Everyone appeared to be enjoying their food, the entertainment and tables of strangers were carrying on conversations. It was a fun, lively place to experience. And we look forward to trying it again.
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