Steve and I started with a mixed green salad ($7) and it was huge. The menu does not state that it is for two, but the portion was so large we did not finish it. It was lightly dressed with a flavorful balsamic vinaigrette. I was pleased with the large slices of sweet summer tomato.
Next was the funghi pizzette, slices of mushroom with fontina, no sauce ($14). The crust was thin and crispy and I liked the toppings. It was pricey for the size, but delicious.
Lastly, we had the chicken parmigiana ($15). It was awful. The breaded cutlet was so dry and mealy, I could not believe they served it. The accompanying penne was fine.
It’s really too bad the chicken was so awful; it was dreadful enough to mar an otherwise decent meal. I thought Amelia’s was mediocre and 7 West continues that tradition.