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AJ | Jul 24, 200502:19 AM    

Drove by today around 6:00pm and saw a lot of people inside and opted to try out the place. Their menu offered pastas and meat dishes including pot roast, lamb chops, pork chops and steak. I ordered the meat loaf with mashed potatoes for $12.50 and my wife had the petrale sole w/mashed potatoes and vegetables for $15.95. For an extra $3.50 you can get either a house salad or soup which happened to be carrot ginger. We both had the house salad which was pretty good. Not just an iceberg lettuce with a slice of tomato but leafy greens, a little arugula and a tasty house dressing. My meat loaf was pretty tasty however the petrale sole was a bit overdone. I'll definitely come back again and if the pot roast or chops are anything like their meatloaf, it should be good. Had their house made apple pie ala mode for $5.50, also very tasty.

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