Quaint spot in a tony location -- "used" to be wonderful and crowded. That was a couple years ago. Now the chicken with bland lemon sauce was barely edible and the tilapia was cooked jerky tough. Only a couple other patrons at noon on a Friday...and after learning the the pasta is NOT HOMEMADE, (unless you pay an extra $5), understandable. $51 (cash only) for lunch for two, with no appetizers or soup. Caesar salad was small with a bland buttermilk dressing. The singular highlight was the tomato based pasta sauce. Such a pity for one of the pioneer Magnolia Street eateries that I had 2 years ago at 5 stars.
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