This one comment listed here must have been written awhile back. The pasta fagoli soup is no longer $5.00. It is now $10.00. DOUBLE THE PRICE. Their prices are no longer low. The amount of food is not worth the high prices. Two meatballs for $11.00.
Best Inexpensive Italian Restaurant - 1999
Readers' Choice: The Olive Garden and Mama Mia (tie)
The spelling on the sign may not be so hot, but the pasta fagioli is, and at the end of the day, that's what matters: a good, hearty bowl of white bean soup for less than $3. Homemade mozzarella and roasted red peppers, along with fabulously supple gnocchi, also soothe the belly and the wallet. Perhaps the biggest treats are the chicken Marsala and fish piccata dishes, sauced -- and priced -- just so. In a county rife with Italian restaurants, there's one sure way to beat the competition: Combine deft cooking with fair billing, and receive the same in turn.