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Posted by GIOVANNI on 03/20/2013
I was there 2 weeks ago with some friends the foods were delicious ,penne ala vodka was the best ,some of my friends had eggplant parm they like it so much.i also like the new wine menu.
Posted by Katie on 12/03/2011
Great spot if you are looking for a BYOB! I had the Penne A La Vodka and it was delicious. We ordered the cold antipasti before our meal it was really a big portion! Will definitely go back!
Posted by NC79 on 10/19/2011
For the first time, we've decided to take out from this place... "The family style", which suggests a pretty impressive portion, right?I wish we never did ordered! It was Eggplant Parmesian-the tiniest thinnest piece of cheese on the even tinier piece of eggplant with tons of capellini all over the tin dish. Same for the Chicken... These people have no idea what Italian food is and what a rip off too!
Posted by mark roy on 09/20/2011
Bellini is my favorite restaurant for a year now! I get my lunch from there, I get my dinner from there, I celebrate my birthday there! It's BYOB and the corkage fee is only $5! I love their pesto sauce, they would make a me a pesto pizza if I ask them nicely, it's not on their menu at all! Very friendly management and service, the portions are very filling and they usually make the other days lunch for me! I suggest everyone to try Bellini, superb food with great prices!
Posted by Liam on 02/15/2011
Most eggplant parm is soggy, undercooked, with lots of chewy skin. Not Bellini's. It is thinly slice, perfectly breaded, topped with fresh mozzerella and the perfect amount of sauce. Amazing. The atmosphere is nothing to write home about. A glorified pizzeria.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/13/2011
I never imagined it would be possible for a restaurant to prepare such poor quality and flavorless food. You really have to work hard at killing what is naturally such a flavorful cuisine. Portions were small (which in our case was a blessing because most was not edible), prices were too high and service was barely average. We moved to the area recently and brought both of our mothers here after a visit to an area Museum. What a sad introduction to NYC dinning! (I am sure this has to be an exception to the rule). I feel better knowing that we were not the only ones seeing this place for what it is. Do not waste your time or money here.
Posted by hc_ny on 12/15/2010
I have to agree with the last review. Something has changed at this place. I asked the manager if there's a new owner and he said no, but I find that hard to believe given the drop in food quality and service (plus menu changes). Also, he told me the reason they no longer put pancetta in the Penne a la Vodka is because they stopped serving pork products. He then told me, after I mentioned that there were only 2 meats in the antipasti plate (there are usually more) that there should have been prosciutto. Huh? Do they not realize that prosciutto is a pork product? And a small piece of advise for the manager - the next time a longtime customer tells you that their meal is very disappointing and that there was white plastic left on the edge of the salami (or whatever that meat-like product was impersonating salami) you might want to consider apologizing. One little "I'm sorry" not only would have kept me from throwing out your menu (giving you at least one more chance) but it also would have kept me from writing this review. As a manager, you should at least pretend to care!