In 1975, Joseph Camuglia opened this restaurant and the family has been spreading fine Italian food over fresh, homemade pasta ever since. The ... More
In 1975, Joseph Camuglia opened this restaurant and the family has been spreading fine Italian food over fresh, homemade pasta ever since. The homemade pasta is the best. The Alfredo is the smoothest you will encounter and the pesto is oily, spicy and heavy, as it should be. The linguini in clam sauce is filling and savory. Spaghetti marinara with boulder-like meatballs running about a buck each. In all dishes, fresh herbs dominate the senses and create a melding of flavors that reveal the expertise in the kitchen.
After seeing the varied menu in the telephone directory we decided to go to Paisano's for dinner. It was a big dissapointment!! I ordered Eggplant Parmesan and the eggplant was very tough and almost impossible to cut and my pasta was under cooked and rubbery. My husband had order the Lobster Ravioli and for the price charged he expected more than a small amount of soup and 6 little Ravioli on a plate. There were 4 tables in the little space we were seated in amd when the tables became filled it was truly way to noisy to try and have a pleasant dinner. The one good thing about our night out was that our servicer was excellent.
The service and food quality is good. I ordered the gluten-free lasagna. I would like to see a price rollback to 50 to 60 percent of the presently bloated prices. The food is good but one meal for five people should not cost $116.00.
The restaurant itself is a dive. Only the good food and the good service save it.
Out of the four plates we ordered, 1 was very good, 2 were OK and 1 was poor. The poor was the spaghetti. One of the 2 meatballs had apparently been over cooked was was so hard it could not be cut with a knife. There were also what felt to be bone chips in the meat. The salad and soup bowls were left on the table for the 45 minutes we waited for the main course. The empty bread basket remained on the table the entire meal and was never removed or re-filled. The 4 main courses were served 2 at a time w/about a 5 minute wait in between. We were disappointed.
A very pleasant dining experience with a varied Italian menu from pizza and subs to gourmet dishes.
Wrong dinner hours listed .They are open nightly (7 days) for dinner @ 5PM
Am putting it on my list of Favorite Restaurants
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