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Posted by Charles B. on 04/07/2012
Came here with a bunch of friends for my wife 40th birthday. Being Alfredo of Rome right in front of the Rockfeller Center, I was at first afraid it would have turned out to be the classic tourist trap...never been wronger in my life! From starters until dessert, the food was just amazing! I had the spaghetti with polpettine as my entree and we enjoyed mixed cold cuts and fried calamari as our appetizers. The service was attentive and the ambience was classic yet cozy. We will surely come back!
Posted by Leena Berry on 04/06/2012
We had our anniversary dinner at Alfredo's and couldn't be happier. The food was great, service attentive and the place was so romantic. Will definitly go back.
Posted by Aaron L. on 02/12/2012
Our waiter was great....virginia the hostess and elvin our server were so wonderful and patient....but i came for the food. Signiture dish was good pasta but the cheese sauce was as if they mixed swiss and provelone and called it alfredo lol....the artichokes app was overcooked to point of being bitter so the waiter realized and replaced it with mozz and tomatoes, which again was sub par and didnt represent the photos they advertised what so ever. Plus it was a slow night which usually gives the chef more time to shine. Main dish was alright and the look of the place was very cool, but again i include food apperance as atmosphere. I think they send the good chefs away for slow season :/. I was wanting to come back again, for the menu had great dishes, but the food just wasnt there....
Posted by Charles Kipps on 12/03/2011
A couple of years ago, I found out that the fastest way to get from New York to Italy is to walk through the door of Alfredo restaurant in Rockefeller Center, a satellite of the famous Alfredo of Rome. Spending many nights at the New York outpost, I learned that the signature dish, Fettuccine Alfredo, is made using the same recipe originally created in Rome by chef/owner Alfredo di Lelio in 1914. In fact, everything on the menu tastes authentically Italian. A friendly and attentive staff completes the experience. I would recommend Alfredo to anyone who loves Italy. And who doesn’t?
Posted by Mr. Lorenzo on 06/26/2011
Atrocious place..... supposed to specialize in pasta.... yet pasta comes out like wax.... is kitchen too far away from customer table? Service worst even.... waiters couldn't give a crap..... what you say.... They'll just throw the food on the table.....an embarrassment to the great tradition of Italian cuisine
Posted by Rchic on 02/12/2011
Went there last night with 2 friends. Our waiter approached our table by saying, "what's up", like he would to one of his buddies. This is supposed to be fine dining, that laxed behavior wouldn't even be appropriate at a chain restaurant. He mysteriously walked away while one of us was giving him her dinner order. As in, he said nothing and walked away, then reappeared several minutes later with no acknowledgement to his disappearing act. Then he gave us trouble when two of us wanted to both share a pasta and an appetizer as our meal. Annoyed, he went to checked with the manager if it was okay. He seemed concerned with his tip throughout the process, but we couldn't even get a water refill from him. Their signature dish, fettucini alfredo was average. The atmosphere is pretty, but could use a makeover as it looks a bit dated. I wish I had nice things to say about this place. To end on a positive note, they serve a pretty good lobster fettucini and the free biscotti at the end was nice damage control. The moral of this story (Alfredo's), is that the waitstaff is as crucial as the food you're serving. Both can leave customers with a bad taste in their mouths.
Posted by Kenneth on 01/05/2011
Went for lunch with my wife. We ordered a pasta dish each, no appetizers, no drinks, and the bill came to $50 before tip. There wasn't even that much food, and what did come was pretty average. Plus service was pretty slow. Nice space though.