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Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

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  • Italian, Cafes & Coffeehouses
  • 113 Mulberry St, New York NY10013 40.717653 -73.998532
  • (Btwn Canal & Hester St)
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  • (212) 431-9755
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

2.725
Food 2.6 Value 2.3
Service 2.6 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 431-9755
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-2am Sat-Sun: 10am-3am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Accepts Credit Cards

User Reviews

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by alex on 05/31/2011

    very pleasant

    great place for authentic italian desserts. the cannoli is out of this world. i would recommend it

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by chris on 05/22/2011

    Dont Go!

    My friend and I went because they have a coupon on restaurant.com. Even paying only $3 for the $25 seems like a rip off. The waitress was clueless to say the least. They have a limited food menu and when we asked for chicken wings she had to consult the menu to check whether or not they offered them. At least that was amusing the food was not. We had the chicken wings, caprese salad and eggplant parmesan, all of this was edible... hardly. If you don't have any expectations maybe this is the place to go but I don't recommend it.

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by Amanda on 01/18/2011

    Not recommended

    Not only did the food take an hour and a half to come out, there was only one waitress working and she was completely unpleasant. I ordered a caprese salad. I received a plate, one side with hard tomato slices and the other with tasteless mozzarella cheese topped with DRIED basil. This place is an insult to Italian food!

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by Matthew on 06/20/2009

    "Italian" Resturaunt in Little Italy.

    You won't find any homemade meals here. Everything is broken and seems as if the owner has just let the whole restaurant go. The silverware is always dirty and when I was their they were playing french music and then country.

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by Wendy on 08/10/2007

    Loved it!

    This place is one of the jewels of Mulberry Street sticking to the tradition of a family friendly place. The tuna dish was fabulous!

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by Katherine on 08/09/2007

    Friendly and Tasty

    I ate at Cha Cha's today and not only was the food good, the service was excellent . I've been in 10 or more of the restaurants in Little Italy and some are fair priced with average food, but many are too dirty to describe. I also stay away from the more "famous" ones as their prices are sky high and the quality does not equal it. It was over 90 degrees today. I sat on the back patio under a canopy and had a delightful time, so I definitely don't agree with some of the reviews here.

  • Cha Cha's in Bocca al Lupo

    Posted by Eva on 06/25/2007

    Italian food at its lowest

    What was I thinking. My boyfriend and I went there to grab a bite and we were expecting it to be awesome. I loved the atmosphere. It was cozy. It seemed like a spot for the locals. I ordered the spaghetti and meat balls and he ordered lasagna. First off the portions were small. Italian cusine is usually based on large portions but whatever. Second off, the sauce looked watered down. When I did taste it, it tasted like wine. I do understand that wine is part of the pasta sauce process but it was like it was just wine and tomatoes. My boyfriends lasagna was just cheese. I expect some complexity when it comes to foods since I went to culinary school. I mean if its going to be a cheese lasagna, why not use a special cheese instead of just ricotta. Then I decided to order dessert since I feel you can never go wrong with sweets. Big Mistake! I ordered the tiramisu and it tasted of pure alcohol and not good one either. It tasted cheap. It was as if the ladyfingers were soaked in bacardi and then tossed with rice pudding. It was served in a glass cup. It looked like it was just thrown together or eaten previously then thrown up. Italian food at its lowest.

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