DINERS BEWARE! The food and service has drastically declined at this establishment. Last night we were eager to enjoy the Seafood Risotto and the Pork Loin Dish that have stimulated so much notoriety. Our party of three arrived promptly at 7:00, greeted by the friendly hostess and taken to our well-groomed table. We ordered our drinks, which promptly arrived and were quite lovely and thirst quenching. Upon ordering the famous pork dish from the menu, I was told by the waitress that they had substituted a pork chop, but she assured me it was just as delicious. My two companions ordered the Seafood Risotto, and as accompaniments, added the sausage pizza and the simple salad. The waiter brought out bread and we had to ask for butter or oil, which was brought promptly. Our waitress brought BOTH appetizer and salad at the same time. The salad was almost void of dressing and there was very little sausage on the pizza. Our second round of drinks arrived and good thing…..as unknowingly we had a very long wait ahead of us. We then watched three tables be seated, eat and leave and our food still hadn’t been served. We asked our bus boy to find the waitress who had never come back to the table to check on us. Well over an hour after we ordered dinner, our waitress arrives with ONE plate of the risotto. A few minutes later she comes back with ONE plate containing my 3 inch thick pork chop and shortly after that she returns with the last risotto dinner. We began eating and my daughter discovered her dinner was very cold but served on a heated plate. I didn’t want to bother our absent waitress, but I definitely needed a sharper knife to cut through the thick, tough and dry pork chop. In the end the waitress did not charge us for cold risotto dinner, but she never apologized. The hero in all this is the bus boy, who faithfully refilled our water glasses and bread. Still hungry after the meager portions we devoured the yummy cotton candy that comes with every meal. Walking out the door at 9:15 we wanted to warn the late comers, just arriving, to stick with the drinks the cotton candy. Better yet, we should have said, “Come back on a night when the manager/owner is here." Because if a capable manager had been present he would have touched our table. PS We never saw the complimentary amuse bouche or any take home treat!