the natural light in the dining room was nice. the benches were covered in unappealing, cheap fabric. we ordered an antipasto plate. the meats had been sliced days before it was plated. the meat had oxidized and was grayish in color and not tasty. the prosciutto was dry and tough it tasted like it had been previously frozen. the provolon had no real flavor either. our entrees were overcooked but otherwise not that bad. the truffle potatoes were more aromatic than flavorful. we each had a glass of wine each..1 white and 1 red. both tasted rather cheap. probably 8-12$ bottles @ best. we werent offered coffee or dessert and it was probably better we hadnt. not a good choice, on par with the rest of this culinary deprived town.