Review: Pal's Restaurant

By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  April 14, 2011

Instead of having a salad with it, I ordered the side vegetable and potato. The beets were sweet, just fine, but the roasted potatoes, while nicely browned, were warmed-over and mealy.

Possibly inspired by Ol' Blue Eyes crooning softy in the background, we also shared an order of veal Sinatra ($16.99), a house specialty. The tender veal was topped with mushrooms, prosciutto, and spinach under mozzarella, and served in a delicious red sauce softened lightly with a splash of cream. 'Nuff said. Good ingredients, well-prepared, can't lose.

Dessert? No room. A lot of people must say that, because they offer only ice cream.

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PAL'S RESTAURANT  | 401.884.9701 | 43 Division St, East Greenwich | Sun-Wed, 11:30 am-9 pm; Thurs-Sat, 11:30 am-10 pm |Major Credit Cards | Full Bar | Sidewalk-Level Accessible

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