Price: OK/Slightly high
Service: What's worse than fail? (see note)
Solid scallops. They weren't giant sized so unsure if they're really Canadian (after the US all North American Scallops should be as tall as a squash ball and proportionately wide).
Really nice pasta, not as adventurous as Pendolino's but at almost $20 per player it's cheaper but still definitely tasty and good pasta. We'd probably prefer here to Pendolino's for pasta.
Would go back only for pasta or to try other mains, the wait for dessert wasn't worth the pay off.
Tiramisu was all cream and had no trace of marscapone, Via Napoli's is way better. In the end we took some meringue from the bombe and added it to the tiramisu to give it some depth.
They tried lighting the bombe at the table but it failed the first time (because the fan was turned on at full speed right above us). Insistent on a spectacle they poured more Grande Marnier but this double dose ruined the bombe. It would have been pretty good if not for that error. Good meringue, gold (as in excellent) mango gelato which went well with the passion fruit sponge in the sections that weren't doused in what may as well have been petrol.
Some of the pasta is called "air dried" instead of "hand made" - we're not sure what the difference is but both were tasty.
Service... really friendly and attentive but uselessly unobservant. They need another 1-2 staff and one of the guys should stop talking to everyone. We finished mains and our section had no attendance from waitstaff for at least 15 minutes. When they walked through our section we thought we'd play a game with them. Instead of calling their attention to our empty plates we put our knives and forks together on our plates and sat back. They went past 7 times without clearing anything. Then we thought maybe they're only looking at the empty shell bowl, so we moved the empty shells into the bowl and only then did they notice we had finished. They then went past 5 times giving dessert menus to they other table in or section before we had enough of the game. There were only 4 tables in our section so we're not playing "Where's Wally" here... a school kid in the local corner restaurant would be more observant.