My wife and I both ordered the Eggplant Parmigiana. We eat out quite often, and both have 20 years work experience in similar restaurants. We BOTH stated that this was the worst dish we had ever had in a restaurant. I cannot believe that recipe even was considered for the menu. The fact that it is on the menu raises serious questions in my mind about who is managing the menu and recipes. First, there was no eggplant to be found in the eggplant dish. I am sure there was some thin slice some place, but the bread crumbs were the most prominent ingredient. What I saw and tasted was gooooooeee soggy bread crumbs. I took five bites. My wife stopped at three. We nicely gave one back to the manager and asked if he could point to any eggplant. Nope he could not find it. I expect the dish cost about 99 cents for the food cost. Thin slices of eggplant (Est. ½ to 1-1/2 ounce), 1-2 ounces of cheese, a milk or egg dip, bread crumbs and some sauce. It appears fully prepped so the cook need only bake it and add sauce. That is why the bread crumbs are soggy. Selling at $13.35 that is a food cost of 7.5%. The correct cost for that dish is $3.49 for a food cost of 28.5%. (I cannot possibly call it a “dinner” as is served with nothing, no pasta, rice, not even a french fry.) If some narcissist in management can't stand to see his recipe scrapped, then change the name to “Bread Crumb Parmigiana” and move it to the appetizer list. The worst dish I was ever served in a restaurant.