Long-standing restaurant on the waterfront in Mt. Laurel. We were seated on-time for our reservation (recommended). We ordered the Chicken Italiano and the Linguine and Clams.
Linguine @ Clams> Good sized portion the clams were cherry’s, and they were cooked good. The issue was the sauce, had little flavor. In need of some garlic, parsley or something.
Chicken Italiano> Breast with roasted peppers, cheese, and spinach. Chicken was over-cooked and the sauce with this meal also lacked any spices.
This is a busy restaurant with a long history. The food was average at best and the service was slow. Outside of the views of the water, nothing amazing happening here.