Houston: Texas – Piatto
Wanting to try something different. We ended here, it was not welcoming, and I was not happy with the scent. It seems to be whatever they used for cleaning supplies.
When we entered, we asked if they served gluten-free pasta. The hostess, who seemed to also be a busboy, said to check the menu. It seemed to be a language barrier. My husband asked to have someone who speaks English better; however, we realized they sold gluten-free pasta for a $3 upcharge.
What I was not fond of was while our server was taking our order. When someone opened the door, he looked up and said hold on and went to sit that person. I was unhappy because of that, and the only reason I stayed was that hubby wanted to. Otherwise, that was enough grounds for leaving.
I ordered penne pasta which is not my preference, with vegetables ( spinach, asparagus, tomatoes, and mushrooms in a tomato sauce. Other orders were mixed seafood pasta and plain pasta in Pomodoro sauce. We all food the food was good.
The food was good overall! I enjoyed the sauce and the pasta.