Big disappointment. I went to Emil's last weekend for the first time in several years. My ""salad"" was literally a plate of iceberg lettuce with a small, thin slice of tomato on top. The whole thing was swimming in ranch dressing. Someone there doesn't know that lettuce is lettuce and salad, by definition, means roughly ""lots of stuff in it."" The bread seemed like it came from a loaf of white bread purchased from a grocery store. Carabba's has MUCH better bread than this. My dining companion and I both ordered the lasagna. Very small portion for $10 (smaller than a single-serving size Stouffer's lasagna), surrounded by tons of tomato sauce. I suspect all the sauce was there to disguise the puny portion of lasagna. Honestly, I've had much better Italian food at chain restaurant. If people think this stuff is excellent, they don't know what Italian food is.
Pros: they have food there
Cons: it's not good food