Restaurant Review: Linguine’s Italian Eatery

We arrived at Linguine’s around 5:45 and were immediately given a table.  Bread and butter arrived quickly, although it did take a few minutes for our order to be taken.  No bother, though, since the bread was so good it was a bit distracting.  Tony tried the lobster ravioli, and Louisa went with the home made fussilli and meatballs.  The food arrived quickly, and was excellent.  The ravioli were nicely stuffed with lobster / seafood, served with a rich lobster cream sauce.  The fussilli were cooked al dente and were surprisingly hearty.  My one complaint is the sauce, while decent, was not spectacular, thick and rich; all in all it was rather thin and bland.  The meatballs, though, were spectacular – tender, fist-sized, perfect.  The calzones also looked very good, although the lemon/butter/wine sauce looked unappealing.  For dessert we split a cannoli; it was filled with sweet, whipped, creamy ricotta, and is currently our favorite cannoli.  We’ll definitely be back.
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