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Strombolli's (Flagstaff)
Jan 26, 2004

Food Quality 2.5 Stars 2.5 Stars 2.5 Stars
Service 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars
Menu Selection 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars
Atmosphere 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars
Price 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars 3.5 Stars

Out of 5 possible stars.


by Nick Coons

On our trek around Northern Arizona

The State of Arizona comprises the extreme south-western portion of the United States. It is bounded on the north by Utah, on the east by New Mexico, on the south by Mexico, and on the west by California and Nevada.

a few weeks ago, we landed at Strombolli's right around dinner time. Driving can make you hungry, but so can not eating all day. We know this restaurant has been here for awhile, because we dined here a few years ago. And it was just as we remembered it -- Kind of okay.

We walked in to a dimly lit dining area, very small and cozy. The hostess had shown us to our table immediately, and our server was very prompt at bringing our drinks and taking our order. A salad's arrival quickly followed our drinks, and we weren't a minute without anything we needed.

Though when the main course arrived, this is where we went into the realm of mediocrity. I've said it many times before, the marinara sauce can make or break a dish. And there are three types -- The really good sauce, the really bad sauce, and the average sauce (the kind you buy in a jar at the grocery store). This fell into the category of average, and tasted very jar-like.

While we were extremely satisfied with all other aspects, the food would not be the luring factor at Strombolli's.

Strombolli's is located at 1435 S. Milton Road in Flagstaff.

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