While visiting a friend in Knoxville, he suggested we visited Louis' a well known Italian restaurant in Knoxville. Although an okay place, it doesn't rank with the other two reviews posted here, at least from my perspective. I chosen the Chicken/Eggplant Parmigiana combination and was too impressed. The salad was only iceberg, but did have perhaps the best bleu cheese dressing I've had in a long time, the not authentic garlic bread was too much like something you'd get from the grocery store, and the entree was comprised of two previously frozen items: a piece of thinly sliced, heavily breaded eggplant and a ground chicken oval that was also heavily breaded and flavorless. The much-touted marinara sauce had little flavor and, rather than being red and ""tomatoey,"" appeared to have been thickened with flour. And the spaghetti with more of the previously mentioned sauce was overcooked. Accompanying the dish were two well-prepared onion rings, perhaps the best thing on the plate. Rather than tasting homemade and flavorful, too much appeared to come directly from the commercial freezer and a can. Not on my recommended list.
Pros: attentive service
Cons: food and quality