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Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2010
I have to say I have NO idea what the previous reviewer was talking about. Yes the food is pricy, but well worth it! The Melon, Prosciutto and Mozzerella were AMAZING! Steaks are cooked on a woodfire grill in the bar area and the desserts are to die for. Great outdoor dining right on the water too... as for the Campbell's soup factory? It's a ballpark! And if you're out there in the summer on a Friday they shoot off fireworks over the water after the games! So pretty!
Posted by V. Fumo on 08/23/2008
I travel all over the world, and have been to Italy more times than I can remember, so I know a bit about Italian food and good restaurants. I don't expect Italian restaurants in America to be as good as in Italy (although some exist), but I also don't expect to be charged three times the price for food that's far less appetizing than in Italy! Just as an example, my caprese salad had tomatoes that had obviously been kept in the refrigerator, giving them a white, mushy texture in the middle. But they still expected me to pay $13 for this! And my veal with asparagus, parmesan cheese in a marsala sauce featured asparagus from a can: there's no way it was fresh, and it cost $27.00! The same high price/poor quality was true of all the dinners in my party that night. If you want Olive Garden quality, save a lot of money and go to Olive Garden. The only justification for such high prices is an exceptional location and view, and I don't consider the Ben Franklin Bridge and the Campbell's Soup Factory in Camden to qualify under those criteria!