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Posted by S. Foxx on 11/19/2006
Been here twice and it was great both times. The foccacia robiola pizza is simply incredible (as made semi-famous by Bobby Flay on Food Network). The use of creamy robiola cheese and a bit of truffle oil is subtle and perfectly balanced. It's not on the menu, but if you ask they'll make it with proscuitto, sundried tomato & arugula - and it's the way to go. Our waiter was fantastic both times, gave great advice and was extremely friendly. Some of the other dishes weren't quite as good as the pizza, but the black linguni with seafood was a standout. It's not as expensive as some of the reviews indicate. We found it quite reasonable considering the excellent service and atmosphere. There's some reasonable wines in the $30 range and they are quite amenable to ordering family style (went with a group of 6 once). A real hidden gem in an unlikely neighborhood.
Posted by Bodes on 10/23/2006
Given some of the reviews being extremely negative, and some the other way, we decided to give this Murray Hill neighborhood joint a try. We came away being treated as unwelcomed guests. The food was adequate, but service poor, and the prices? Try this: for two with one glass of wine each, appetizers and sharing an entree: $200. Not recommended.
Posted by Cfat on 02/26/2006
After watching food network show where bobby flay was talking of good things of Da Ciro me and my wife discovered Da Ciro.. We have gone twice and loved it. The food, service and atmosphere are great.. I recommend it very much.
Posted by James on 01/17/2006
I eat at Da Ciro for the first time last Wednesday for a business dinner. It was so good I had to bring my family back this past weekend. The Da Ciro staff took great care to make sure both experience were great. I will go back again and again.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/20/2005
I just wanted to let everyone know that I had a wonderful wedding on Sat Dec 17, 2005 at Da Ciro's restaurant. We had the entire top floor and it was private. The baked clams, egg plant rolatini, T bone steak was excellent! The desserts consisted of Cheesecake, tartufo, world famous strawberry napoleon. Everyone raved about there Apple Martini's and they used top shelf for all beverages. Nick the Waiter was wonderful and attentive! Two thumbs up!
Posted by ronnid on 12/19/2005
Unfortunately- my friend's Mom passed away recently and they had wanted to get married. We called Ciro- the pricipal of this restaurant - who put together a feast in less than one month. The food was plentiful and everything was really well prepared. The servers were readily available for drinks or any needs of the guests- in spite of them having a totally full house downstairs. The atmosphere is warm- and it was like being guests at a big Italian family home. Don't leave without the strawberry napolean- worth every calorie.
Posted by Jojo on 10/16/2005
I had brought my parents here who are very conservative eaters. We had four in our party but our fourth person was late. They sat us immediately and told us it was no problem and we could wait as long as we needed for our fourth. The waiter was really fun and nice without being in our faces or trying to be our friend. The food was very good.