We (party of 4) stopped in for a quick lunch, since half of our party needed to get back to work. After 15 minutes of being seated in a booth, that was not out of the way, one of us had to approach the waitstaff to see who would be serving our table. It seems if the person serving the bread could find us then what was going on with the waitstaff.\r
Anyway, the person who came to the table was quite helpful and apologetic. After being ignored, we thought the food would be fabulous. It was actually, less than average. We ordered 4 different dishes and only one of them could be considered outstanding. In fact, we passed a couple out side and they asked for a recommendation on a place to eat. Since they approached the two of us who were from outside the city, we could not, in good conscience, recommend Nonna's. Sorry.
Cons: Food was not sensational.