Service was satisfactory, but nothing out of the ordinary.
I felt uncomfortable at this restaurant. It was crowded. The seating felt cramped. The thing I liked least about this restaurant was that you had to read the menu off a chalkboard; it was very difficult to read. It was very annoying trying to read off the chalkboard. They didn’t have regular menus available, which could be a problem with those with bad vision.
I personally was not impressed by the food or atmosphere at Gatto's. If you do not mind reading the menu off a chalkboard, then you may have a different experience.
Gatto's is an Italian restaurant located in Tinley Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. I expected this restaurant to have a formal atmosphere, however, it was a bit more casual than I was expecting.
Serving sizes are very generous. Almost everyone in my party had leftovers to take home. I ordered the angel hair broccoli, which was at best average. Prices were on target with other Italian restaurants in the Chicagoland suburbs. Most pasta was in the $9-10 range. Price Menu