My family and I love this place. We have frequented this place for 5 years now. The food is very good and fresh. Being from Jersey I can't eat at a franchised restaurant when it comes to Italian food. Really casual atmosphere and the pizza is A+. This place has never disappointed!
Some of the best I've ever had. The house salad is fresh cut lettuce and tomatoes and the house dressing is wonderful. Most places don't bother with the simple things like this, but it makes all the difference in the world. I knew I was in for a treat when I ordered the Dentici' Genovese. Snapper sautéed in light butter sauce with onions, capers, garlic, olives, and pine nuts over pasta. It was amazing! My wife got the ravioli, and I snagged one in exchange for a bite of snapper and noodles- homemade and delicious! The servings are very generous and the quality is out of this world. It's a small place, and I am shocked there's not a line out the door, even on a Monday night. Best kept secret of the area!
I am reluctant to write this. Some restaurants should be kept as close secrets, such is the case with Il Pescatore on Primrose. You will find almost NO tourists here, this is a LOCAL restaurant set back behind the shopping center, out of the way of the crowds. The food is to die for Italian. I was married into an Italian family and was taught the art of eating well. Il Pescatore brings back that love of, and for food. Perhaps you should not go here, its a bit crowded on weekend nights as it is. No need for you to find the pleasures that you have been missing. Leave Il Pescatore to those who have come here already and drive distances for more of their to die for Italian cooking. In fact ignore and forget this rant completely.