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Posted by Jessica Z on 05/25/2014
I ended up at A voce Madison on a Friday night with a few of my old college friends. We were pretty hungry so we ordered a bunch of apps to share before our mains. We ordered: Beef tartare- not my thing usually, but it was really well done. It was serves with warm bread that they replenished for us when it ran out. Soft boiled egg- perfectly cooked egg, mushrooms, cheese simple but surprisingly good. Salad- fresh veggies and ricotta cheese. Casoncini- fried dough puffs. Not that interesting, but we enjoyed them For main: Paccheri pasta- in a pork ragu. The pasta was nice and al dente, how I like it. I didn't try everyone else's mains, but they got the bass, the duck pasta and the chicken. Everyone was pretty happy. Desserts were a pleasant surprise. I really enjoyed the ricotta tart with rhubarb.
Posted by ginny on 03/07/2014
That is all i can say, loved it, loved it, loved it!
Posted by J Kim on 02/19/2014
Came here with my lady a few weeks ago and can't wait to go again. The room is drab and the waiters all mull around like they are lost, but the food makes up for it. I recommend the egg appetizer the steak for 2 and the cauliflower side.
Posted by Ellen M on 01/24/2014
My boyfriend and I went to dinner at a friends recommendation. The food was indeed delicious. Our favorite dishes were the uovo, a great take on eggs on toast, the beef tartare, the foie gras, and the pappardelle with rabbit.
Posted by TIM on 10/20/2013
The food was excellent, the staff were outstanding, the atmosphere was delightful, the price was too high. I ate at other nice places on my visit, but not as pricey. It was a casual setting, but with a high price. Believe it or not, I would still go back. Just do your research before going. If it is too much, keep looking.
Posted by raypepi on 01/24/2013
I am a NYer & have been to A Voce Madison Avenue five times over last two years. This restaurant is a big step up from a solid Roman Trattoria, in NYC like TDA. It's consistently good in cuisine and wine. Atmospheric due to high ceiling and upscale contemporary design. Today I had the the best pork chop I have ever had--anywhere! and I have been trying to get this right for ten years. It happened to be a big chop -- I didn't finish it so my only regret is that I forgot the doggy bag. Bravo!
Posted by Ms. Murray Hill on 10/15/2011
As a restaurant best suited for a "special occasion", we were looking forward to indulging. The food is amazing, the wine list over-the-top...the service basically non-existent and boy, I would have loved to see myself in the bathroom mirror; but, the staging was so dark we wondered if they were trying to hide something! When we were served, it was only upon request and our waiters accent was so thick we decided to pretend we were in a foreign country so make is passable. Too bad, as the fare is amazing, but given the lack of professional attentiveness, the premium pricing and the near proximity of other diners, we won't be returning.