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A Voce Madison
Posted by Anonymous on 04/05/2006
We have now eaten at A Voce three times, and have loved it more and more with every visit as we discover wonderful new dishes every time. We love the sheepsmilk ricotta appetizer, the prosciutto (from Iowa, of all places) and every single one of the pastas we've tasted. We haven't found ourselves with much room for dessert, but the chocolate panna cotta is light and not-to-be-missed. A Voce is our new favorite restaurant in the city.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/03/2006
Was at A Voce on Saturday and had a fabulous time. The food was amazing and certainly lived up to the chef's reputation. The service was right on the entire evening and the room was sleek, modern, and inviting. The duck meatballs are mouth watering! Would definitely go back in a heart beat!
Posted by Barry on 04/03/2006
The food was very good, but this was not the kind of restaurant that you would feel you wanted to return to. It was very noisy. The serving stations were placed near the tables. This was very off-putting. The service was very good (a lot of help for a relatively small restaurant). The decor was terrific. All in all, a good but not great experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/01/2006
I consider myself a big foodie. I like to try all the newest and hottest restaurants. I was very excited to try A Voce, but boy was I disappointed.The antipasto could have been purchased in the supermarket. The staff (all 50 of them) seemed as if they had taken a mandatory seditive before they came on there shift. All and all, this was a disappointing and expensive experience.
Posted by Foodfan on 03/30/2006
Not because of the service, which was OK, or the food, which was fine, though not spectacular, given who the chef is. This is the noisiest restaurant I've ever been to. We went with friends from Italy who said they were exhausted by the end of the meal, and who couldn't believe New Yorkers put up with such an inhuman din when they are dining.