This place always amazes me, the ravioli's lobster is the best, I order it EVERYTIME. The bellini's are out of this world!!! Don't hesitate, its the best place to eat anywhere not just seattle.
I've patronized this establishment two times now. The first time, was pretty good. Average fare for what you pay. This time around, it was a bit disappointing. The waiter was very busy--but still...to have to wait 8 minutes to even be acknowledged once we sat down, was a bit disconcerting. Finally, a busboy-type employee breezed by our table, w/o a hello, dropped off a plate of bread, and breezed away--just like a mini tornado. Nice tasting bread though-- Very buttery with a hint of rosemary. After eating it, we were very thirsty because by this time, 14 minutes had passed since we sat down in the booth, and still no WAITER, and no WATER! How basic, and how stupid to neglect your customers with just water. Finally, our waiter bristled over and took our order. He was kind enough; I guess it was just a busy busy afternoon.
Went there last night and after about 10 minutes of being seated our server, Eduardo, finally came to get a drink order. At least we had the crayons on the table to color with while waiting. We started w/Romano's sample appetizer and the Bruschetta and fried mozzarella were good. The calamari was over cooked and chewy. For my entree I ordered the lobster ravioli which had complementary flavors, but the cheese sauce was so rich (not something I usually have a problem with) that I had to stop eating it. My husband ordered the garden salad and sizzling Tuscan chicken, the latter which he said was okay, but he would not order again. My dad has the veal Parmesan which he said that you couldn't go wrong with. My mother ordered a pasta dish that she said was just okay. The highlight of my meal was the Lemon Passion Cake that my husband and I shared. The cake itself was very soft and there was plenty of caramel to scoop up with the cake. Yum! My parents split the apple crisp and loved it as well.