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  • Italian
  • 243 E 58th St, New York NY10022 40.760338 -73.965435
  • (Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 758-1479
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User Ratings (Based on 75 reviews)

Food 3.7 Value 2.9
Service 3.5 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 758-1479
(212) 935-7687
Catering Private Parties Visa, MC
Lunch Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm Dinner Mon-Sat: 4:30pm-11pm Sun: 5pm-11:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Gluten-Free, Good for Groups, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, People Watching, Pre/Post Theater, Private Parties, Prix Fix Menus, Romantic, Tasting Menu, Wheelchair Accessible

User Reviews

  • Felidia

    Posted by inspectormontalbano on 05/27/2009

    Subtle Flavors with Big Impact

    Amazing fresh pasta. Crudita di Mare and Ravioli con Cacio E Pere were superb. Prices may be hefty, but the food is pretty much worth every penny.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Maureen M on 04/13/2009

    Easter Dinner

    Myself and family went to Felidia's for Easter Dinner and was very pleased with what we encountered. From the delightfully presented food to the ambiance of the restaurant to the wait staff, everything was perfect. Meeting Lydia just topped the day off! We will certainly recommend this restaurant and will defenitly return.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Amanda Simpson on 02/25/2009


    Truly traditional, wonderful food! I am an Italian food snob and had high expectations when coming to Felidia. I was so pleased to see this exciting menu full of seasonal goodies. Every morsel of food was delicious. The dining room is warm and cozy and the lighting is romantic. I'll surely be back.

  • Felidia

    Posted by NY on 12/07/2008

    Sooo Disappointed

    As a self-described foodie and fan of Lydia's show and cookbooks, I had been looking forward to this meal for some time. Having eaten at Becco over the summer, I was not very impressed, but figured Felidias, as the flagship, would be better. When we arrived as a party of four, we were seated at a table that was too close to another table. That set the tone. Our appetizers were ok, the best was the octopus. I had a crab salad with literally 3 tiny pieces of crab. The average cost of $20 per appetizer was overpriced. Dinner was not any better. My pasta dish was too salty and my dinner companions were not awed by their bland-tasting branzini. The menu itself was odd, with an emphasis on organ meats that did not sound appetizing. We held out hope that dessert would be better, but were once again underwhelmed. The coffee was clearly not fresh brewed and its color wouldnt change no matter how much milk we added, ultimately rendering it too cold to consume. The desserts were bland and tasteless. Finally, a trip to the ladies room sent me down two steep flights of stairs, to a restroom near the kitchen that was not clean. Thankfully, that was the end of my experience at Felidias. For a restaurant of such supposedly high caliber, I feel better eating at my local pizzeria. At $200 per couple (with only four glasses of wine) , this restaurant offered surprisingly little to excite the senses. We will not be returning.

  • Felidia

    Posted by mademoisellecuisine on 11/12/2008


    Haven't been to felidia's for nearly ten years. So my husband and I were in the mood for really good italian so we went last night to see how things are going. Well, surprise, every bite was heavenly! Evry concept brilliant! We began with creamy lemon-garlic shrimp in pumpkin appetizer which was orgasmic, and the chicken liver tri-folo pate excellent! Followed by the mushroom stuffed ravioli and Quail. The sommolier recommended a North Fork Merlot that matched perfectly with evrything and we like to drink local wines. We must have had a full staff of five merticulously serve our table. Excellent Five stars! Definitely won't wait ten years ever again! Lydia, you still rock!

  • Felidia

    Posted by upper east side foodie on 10/22/2008

    loved it

    went with my husband on our wedding anniversary and it was a wonderful experience. I love the brownstone it felt romantic. The service was exceptional. The food was really interesting and different not your typical italian food. I could not wait to take another bite of the delicious food and we ate everything. I highly recommend it.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Grace on 10/19/2008

    Don't waste your money

    Several weeks ago, I took my aunt and niece to New York City for a Broadway show. We were excited about eating at Felidia's and made reservations. Save your money. You'd be happier getting a hot dog off some street vendor. The service at Felidia's is lousy. It took them an hour and a half to serve us our dinner. The food was horrible. We are Italian women do a lot of cooking and we were not impressed. My aunt had a pasta and scallop dish. You needed a search team to find the scallops and the pasta was clumped together. I had a duck dish. The duck was stringy and the entree was way too salty. The staff is not very friendly. I think there a lot of people like me who get suckered in because of Lidia's fame and naturally expect a good meal when they go to her restaurant. I was highly disappointed. It was a waste of money.

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