Sisina used to be a place we would go to every week. Recently the Manager Fernando was moved to one of their other restaurants and now this place is just terrible. The service is awful. We sat down outside and they never brought us napkins/utensils until we asked. the same when they brought a stale bread basket and no bread plates and just one pat of butter in the basket...Again we ordered Pizza to start and they never brought plates to eat the Pizza. When we ordered a drink and asked for Lime all around they brought lemon. We never feel welcomed there now and we did when Fernando was there. The restaurant isnt cheap - you would think they would appreciate every customer. We were there on a Sat nite and except for outdoors the place was pretty empty outside -but when Fernando was there the place would be packed. He ran the place and now it feels like no one runs it since Michael the owner is missing and at one of his other restaurants. This is really a shame...and I can see if some changes don't happen soon - they will be out of business. Shrimp parm with a few veggies $25 ? wow - I think this is overpriced. After going here all these years...we might have to move on...too much competition in this town to deal with average food and bad service !
absolutely amazing food!! my boyfriend and I just wanted to go for a nice lunch, across the street from the water. We couldn't decide if it was a pizza joint though or nice restaurant. I guess it's kind of both with outdoor seating. We started with the buffalo mozz and tomato-the portion was big and absolutely delicious. I'm not a tomato person, but it was so fresh and delicios and came with italian meats and olives as well. For entree my boyfriend had an absolutely flavorful and delicious chicken parmagian and I had the cavatalli corksscrew pasta in a pinkish meat sauce with parmesean on top-it was out of this world! writing this is making my mouth water for the food! also-wine glasses are big and sangria is great and so is the bread they serve-we were beyond impressed!
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