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Posted by Rikki on 11/01/2011
I have never written a review before, but had such a poor experience that I felt I had to react. We were given that old line of your table is ready in 15 mins and kept for 1 1/2 hours. Service was then slow and the compensation ? a plate of dough balls ! when the food arrived it was acceptable and the ambience was noisy but fine. It was a bit cheap and sleazy. Shame and rare in NY these days.
Posted by UES Dine on 08/26/2011
15-18 dollars for a small portion of underseasoned boxed pasta. Left with an empty wallet and empty stomach.
Posted by Jessica on 08/17/2011
The food is not great and its SUPER loud. You can't hear yourself think. How is that a great dining experience? I walked in there and just asked for a merlot - I guess the bartender assuming I was rich, he poured a $20 glass of wine. I thought that was very tacky. Would not go back...its too bad because it has such potential.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/10/2011
Place is great for a nice dinner with your girl friend. They have a great selection of wine and the food is fresh.
Posted by Pedro on 11/02/2009
really bad experience here. i've read the reviews and just don't understand how anyone thought this was good food. there are so many better italian spots on the UES. went there on saturday night and pretty much had everything the waiter recommended. the wine was weak, to start. the goat cheese crustini was ordinary and without gusto (thanks for the chopped tomatoes on top! that made it worth the $15!). the octopus salad was a joke - there were some undefinable ingredients in it. i would have preferred if they didn't cook the octuopus first thing in the morning and then dish it out in the evening, nice and cold. the main dishes were mediocre (my date's raviolis were edible) and i had a lamb pasta pocket that no - ZERO - seasoning. so disappointed. worst part? our waiter couldn't have cared less. please don't go here for dinner.
Posted by MEL on 09/23/2009
Walked by many times. Decided to try when my sister was in town. Wanted a nice bottle of wine, good food and some time to talk and caught up. The wine selections are good, though the server tried to force an expensive bottle on us. Food was OK. It was so loud in there, we had to shout to hear each other. Too bad. I probably won't go back
Posted by Anon on 05/18/2009
I pass Felice's pretty exterior almost daily and had been wanting to try it for some time. I finally had the chance and it was a treat. The atmosphere is wonderful, you get the feeling of a Tuscan farmhouse, though I must say towards the end of the dinner it got a bit loud. The appetizers (salads, meats & cheese, crostini) were all absolutely incredible, especially paired with their nicely curated wine list. The pastas (and I'm told from my company, the meats) were hot, cooked to perfection and flavorful. The service overall was good, albeit a tiny bit sloppy, but I'm willing to let that slide because it was such a wonderful meal in a wonderful setting. I would highly recommend trying Felice. It is high quality Tusnca-Italian food at resonable prices. Definitely a welcome addition to the lackluster restaurant world of the UES.