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Fort Worth, Texas
October 17, 2005
For dinner we ordered Chianti, a salad, penne all’ arrabbiata (spicy penne), lasagne vegetariane (vegetable lasagna), zuppa di verdura (vegetable soup), controfiletto al pepe verde (sirlon with green pepper), and controfiletto alla griglia (grilled sirloin with artichokes and green beans). We also ordered two desserts, dui espresso, and two cappuccinos. Total: 70.80 Euros.
As we were eating dessert, about 30 high-school kids from Las Vegas, NV, raided the place, totally filling every table. Great food! I wish we could have made it to “Acqua al 2.”
From journal Rome Italy for Easter Week
by Mary Porcher
New Haven, Connecticut
March 27, 2001
The back room is tucked away from the street and adjacent to the kitchen. Here you are surrounded by wine along the bright yellow walls, and you will probably find yourself among natives. The service is very friendly, and excellent English is spoken. We found a delicious Tuscan rose wine here that I especially enjoyed. As for the food, remembering the chicken in lemon-butter sauce makes me want to go back. It was lightly floured and cooked to tender perfection (no, this is not a paid advertisement!). The vegetable lasagna was good and very cheesy, and the spaghetti as a first course was average but filling. Overall, a delightful meal that was very conveniently located.
Ratings (Scale of 1-10, ten is "divine", one is "despicable")Average: Food 8, Atmosphere 8, Service 8.3Jason: Food: 7, Atmosphere: 7, Service: 8Mary: Food 8, Atmosphere 9, Service 8 Mom: Food 9, Atmosphere 8, Service 9
From journal Five Days in Florence