Upon entering this establishment for lunch on Dec. 30, 2010, I was pleased to see an Italian dish for a reasonable price of $6.50. i ordered this with an additional topping of veal parmigiana. I inquired if I could get just a dash of mozzarrella and was dejected to hear that would be an extra $1.00, although I could have a complimentary parmesean. At the counter to check-out I was asked would that be all, well from the time I saw the $6.50 to the counter, price increased to 1$10.and something. I was not inclined to even ask for ""air"" at this point. Though i realized I was going to need a libation to ingest the dish and thought also of asking for another parmesean cheeze. Well, the owner standing behind the check out man said that would be an extra .50c charge. I asked was he serious and he replied ""Dead Serious"". I mean honestly, in these economic times, you really want to ""nickle and dime"" customers to make your quota? That's no way to invoke repeat customers, at least not this one. Prof Punter. \r
P.S. find an establishement you can have a relationship with not a money grunging coin digger.