Upon reading the most recent review, made the mistake of dining there last night.
Basic baked lasagna just cents shy of $18. Much smaller than a random pizza delivery place (it's $20 if you wanted meatballs...). W/ the excessive (canola?) oil coating the pasta & sauce, it couldn't taste any better than "ok" mixed in w/ a whole lot of what seemed like canola oil. Aweful oil aftertaste. Simply lost my appetite. Does NOT come w/ any sides of salad, garlic toast, etc. There's the questionable house bread served.
The spaghetti w/ meat sauce was a reasonable portion but just pennies short of $15... I've had better & more a few blocks back in the more populated Drive area. As it turns out, it was linguine that was brought to the table rather than the spaghetti that was ordered. Pasta is pasta at least it was the tomato meat sauce. You can still clearly taste the oil in this dish just not as obvious & less of an aftertaste.
It's in need of a cleanup (vacuum) & update--admittedly, no cob webs or otherwise spotted. The red carpet runs into the kitchen looking old & dirty. Upon entering & passing the kitchen area to get to the dining room, I already almost turned back around but figured I shouldn't judge a place by its decor... and even dirty kitchens may produce tasty food for a tough enough stomach.
The ribs another table ordered looked impressively huge. He probably got the full rack. But the prices are pretty steep.
The service, albeit w/ a slow kitchen, is pleasant and full of smiles but I wonder if that's what brings the regular flow of patrons coming through. I really don't get it. Strangely enough, the old carpet does not carry a dingy soaked odour. The place only smelled of an East Indian operation when it's clearly not.
Min. charge $10 per person. A side order of mushrooms $10.95. Various salads $9.95. Small spaghetti w/ smthing or other $15+. Nothing runs cheap except for the quality of the food itself.