On principle, I would not normally give a 5 rating to any restaurants in a shopping mall, but this place tempted me: superb service (by Vincenzo), ample portions, varied menu, and a non-mall atmosphere. But it was noisy, a bit overpriced, and just too rough around the edges to qualify as "fine dining." Yet my seafood linguine was excellent, my wife's soup and salad were very good, and the alert service was impeccable. It felt genuinely Italian, like a scene from an Elena Ferrante novel. We now have family nearby, so there's a good chance we'll return.
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