3569 Us Highway 1, Princeton, NJ | Directions 0854040.332395 -74.636100
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 11am - 10pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 11pm
I don't know where to begin. I want to refrain from writing a diatribe over this experience, but I must let fellow restaurant goers know the latest and not-greatest. Reading other reviews before tells me that this place did not change at all. It is one of my worst restaurant experience EVER! Don't mistaken the quality of this location with that of others. It's only this one. Here is why:
1) 30min - 1hr food wait. When food finally arrived, and due to the wait, the temperatures were uneven. EX- pork chop was cold.
2) Food tasted way under par. One should never compare this to Little Italy, but one should never accept this poor level of flavor.
3) A staff that doesn't care. During the 1.5 hour that we were there, the bar was full of dirty glassware from the entire time. The hostess was unprofessional. Her demeanor, posture, attitude were very high school-ish. Just someone who can care less.
4) A staff with no ethic. We actually witness one of the staffs using his bare hands contacting the food as he was preparing to move them about, wiping his jeans through out.
5) A staff with no training. Our waitress didn't know how to open a bottle of wine. So, we had to do it for her. We don't blame her. It's the lack of training. But then again, this example is an inkling of what the rest of the night was like.
I want to continue... but they really do not worth my time. It is up to you if you want to waste your money there after all these reviews. I wish I read it before I went. It was my parents' anniversary, and if it wasn't for my mom's heart condition, we would've gone to Ruth's Chris. Instead, we ended up at this shiethole.
Performing chefs cook up rustic, home-style Italian entrees at this buzzing family restaurant. – In Short
A boisterous, all-ages crowd of pasta lovers pack this energetic Italian spot, where chefs clad in white hats and red scarves keep diners wide-eyed by showing their moves in the busy open kitchen. The menu boasts family-sized portions of hearty traditional fare, from antipasti, chicken and pasta dishes to seafood, steak and wood-fired pizzas. Signature plates include grilled pork chops, lobster ravioli, and penne rustica with shrimp, grilled chicken and smoked prosciutto in cream sauce.
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