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Posted by lauren on 02/05/2010
We live in Seattle and no visit to NYC is complete without an amazing dinner at Bistecca Fiorentina! Love the food, although my daughters ate the entire dessert so I didn't get any. It was small and we should have ordered two. Why can't someone in Seattle do the same???
Posted by STLBBaller33 on 01/02/2010
My wife and I each had the theatre price-fixed menu. Atmosphere was great, and the service was very polite and ready to help. Appetizer Onion Soup was amazing and I would highly recommend. My wife had the polenta which was delicious as well. Our entrees were so-so, I had chicken and shrimp which wasn't bad but was nothing special...my wife had pasta which she thought was better at our local pizza place. Dessert was great, very generous portions and tasty. Overall, great value and I'm happy we went...next time definitely going to order the namesake!!
Posted by Bob on 11/22/2009
I thought that the food quality was excellent.We came in after the theatre and were pleasantly surprised by the dinner the four of us had.Their service could be a little more patron friendly but it was unobtrusive and timely.I would recommend this restaurant to anyone viewing this review.
Posted by buyrgah on 10/15/2009
The atmosphere is nice and the service was friendly and attentive, with both the waiter and the maitre d' making themselves readily available. The calamari fritti appetizer was fresh and tender with a nice crispy coating. The filet mignon was fine. Not the best steak I've ever had, but certainly not the worst. Perhaps a little over-priced for a cut of meat that didn't knock my socks off, but it was tender and flavorful enough. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here again, but if I was with a group who chose this restaurant I wouldn't try to talk them out it either. It was fine, just not great.
Posted by early theatre diner on 10/10/2008
The waiter took the drink order of only two people at our table of four and left to fill the order, leaving the rest of us to wonder what happened. When we got the maitre d' to continue the order, the waiter came back, annoyed with us, claiming that he would have taken the rest of the orders later...well, apparently not! because then we waited a good twenty minutes to give our food order, all the while checking our watches for we had theatre tickets. However, once we gave our order, the food appeared in no time...which makes one wonder about the freshness of the food. The food was decent, no big "ah" and the Price Fixed is a good deal...but I would never go back!
Posted by SeafoodLover on 08/20/2008
Waiter Stan was busy when I was seated so I was beginning to fear the worst. However, he was very accomodating and even had a lobster brought out for me to check out. I opted to start with the Lobster Bisque which was served in a bowl with the lobster and potato's and the bisque was poured at the table. Nice presentation and I would highly recommend at $9. For dinner I had the goat cheese and beet salad ($12). Nice tasty salad but a bit over priced. The Big Eye Tuna was cooked very rare which I really prefer with fresh fish. The vegetables were over cooked and the soy sauce based dish was not very good. There were a few grains of sauce soaked basmati (hint - ask to have the sauce on the side). BUT the tuna was so good I hated to cut it with a butter knife. I would have killed for one of my good knives. I asked for a side of wasabi and d my own sasmi dish. I probably got more fish for the money that way anyway which was a bonus. Also the flatbread served in the basket is fantastic. Definitely give it a shot.
Posted by Excellent Restaurant on 06/26/2008
Been there twice in the past 6 weeks for a pre theater dinner. I've had the veal and the tenderloin, both outstanding. The Caprese salad is also excellent. The pre theater pricing is reasonable and you get enough to satisfy a good appetite.