Burrata was fresh, the truffle linguine was pungent creamy rich and al dente, and the sommelier made pretty good wine recommendations.
The bisque could have done with more acidity than being its current cream-laden self that comes across as more french than italian.
Our table was served by an inexperienced trainee who decided it was ok to serve us the next dish even before our plates for the previous course were cleared. A definite no-no considering it's a proper formal dining setting. Water glasses were not refilled and we had to call several times for refills. Orders were forgotten, and there was basically nobody to attend to us even when we were practically close to walking up and just self-serving our own table.
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