First, the food tasted like something I could whip up (not a talented cook mind you) in the kitchen with some flour and water and a jar of value alfredo sauce in about ten minutes, especially since there appears to be no need to make sure the pasta isn't hard as a rock and undercooked to the point well beyond al dente. Second, for this small, unsatisfying meal, be ready to pay a substantial sum of money, akin to what you would pay somewhere like McCormick and Schmicks or the Fish Market. Finally, if you have a coupon, make sure you look around on the internet for whatever the rules are for them, they don't really seem to want to honor them. Overall, this was quite the bad experience, and costly. Had we not been there with friends that I didnt want to offend, the food would have gone back to the kitchen multiple times. Save yourself the trouble, and just go somewhere else. There are several other nice italian restaurants around.