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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 74 reviews)

Food 3.7 Value 3.0
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
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, People Watching, Prix Fixe, Romantic, Tasting Menu, Pre/Post Theater, Gluten Free Items, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Felidia

    Posted by exnewyorker on 09/23/2008

    More negative than positive

    Sept/08 , Being a huge Lidia fan I finally decided to check out the restaurant for a special occassion. (4 friends, total bill 500.00, no dessert no coffee, 2 bottles of wine ) Service was average.Waiter borderline polite and very intense.We felt rushed although we were one of the last tables seated.The food was not a typical menu which was nice however the quality and overall cooking was a huge disappointment.Portion size petite.I had veal the size of a quarter and all fat.My friend who is highly allergic to nuts requested no nuts and received a salad with nuts.Where's the attention ? Basically the food here does not represent anything of what is made on television.Most importantly Lidia's relaxed ,pleasant warmth she portrays is no where to be found.When we received our bill it was obvious we were doubled billed for an item,our waiter left for the nite so another staff mem.jumped all over us when we questioned the charge.His behavior was totally inappropriate . Just terrible. I paid the amount anyway to end the insult and not ruin an evening out.This is not how to treat customers. Shame on you!!There are hundreds of outstanding restaurants in NYC this is not one of them. Dont waste your money on this onee.

  • Felidia

    Posted by disappointed diner on 07/14/2008

    Very disappointing

    Our party had made a reservation but when I entered Felidia it took a good 10 minutes to find a captain who very reluctantly called a flunky to seat us. The lack of attention was insulting. When we were seated we were practically in the lap of another table. Our menus were abbreviated because we were a party of 8 (if you're a party of seven or under you get the full menu). The abbreviated menu was not good it was like being at a tourist trap Italian restaurant in Times Square. The food was OK, but the service was so poor was I treated badly because I was a woman? who knows?that it definitely wouldn't make up for the horrible screw-ups in our order. Save your money and go someplace else.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/05/2008

    Excellent Dining Experience

    As a professional food editor and frequent traveler to Italy, I am always skeptical of "Italian" restaurants in the U.S., but I found Felidia to be one of the very best. We wanted to start with a platter of Italian salumi, not domestically produced copies. I was treated to a platter of speck and prosciutto di San Daniele and their own in-house prepared prosciutto. The imported speck and prosciutto were the best I have had outside of Italy their own was delicious but slightly salty and made from a leaner ham, so it was a little tough. I was very pleased that I was allowed to order off the menu always a pleasant accomodation. Also, the bread basket was a treat with dips to tease the tastebuds. Since the salumi was so incredible, I decided to test the waters with dish that was either going to be a treasure or a disaster anchovies with burrata and tomatoes. The anchovies were imported and wonderful, more briney than salty, tender and the perfect accompaniement to burrata. The tomatoes tasted like tomatoes sweet with a hint of acidity. The result was perfection and my guest, who doesn't care for anchovies, decided that anchovies can be delicious. Her appetizer was a shrimp concoction that was equally as good. My entree was an unusual dish called "wedding pillows" that were round delicate raviolis filled with a savory sweet filling that were very good, but unusual and my guest's beef was very tender and delicious. I'm not a big beef eater and beef is generally not what I would order in an Italian restaurant, but I must say it was very good. We shared a dessert I don't remember what it was called that was a small cake with blueberries and verbena ice cream that was good, not exceptional, but good. The wine list was an exception Italian wine list and our waiter's suggestion was excellent. Overall, this was an exceptional dining experience and our waiter was an intregal part of the experience finding answers to our questions about regionality, brands, etc., by gong back and forth with the chef and he didn't have a clue as to who I was. I would not recomment this restaurant to anyone wanting to get in-and-out. This was a two hour dining experience fashioned after the European model of allowing enough time to eat, relax and enjoy the food. This is also the wrong restaurant to come in with an "attitude" it is a restaurant that deserves repect for the food, the staff and the chef.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Ladel on 06/02/2008

    Better to watch her cook

    My wife and I are experienced, jaded New Yorkers, and went here against my better judgment for her birthday. The insult that we were subjected to by the twenty something greeter was beyond comprehension. Without smile or any sense that she was happy to see us she led us like stray dogs upstairs, dropped the menus on an unset table, turned and left. We wound up changing tables because I am tall and could not fit under the folded leaves of the expandable table, we were comfortably seated nearby at a properly set table. The rest of the evening was uneventful, and that's the major complaint, everything was just OK and easily duplicated around the City for half the price without the insult. We will never go back to this place, and have told anyone who would listen to stay away, better to just watch her cooking shows, which she does rather well.

  • Felidia

    Posted by imabadkitty on 05/25/2008


    i have to confess, its not often i remember a meal ive had. i will never forget any of my meals at felidia. the food is divine... the service is incredible... and the atmosphere is elegant yet not stuffy.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Anonymous on 05/09/2008

    The lighting at Felidia

    It's pretty pathetic when you've been seated at one of New York's "finest" restaurants and there is insufficient lighting to read the wine list or menu. My friend and I had been seated downtairs at a table that had an overhead beam, which did not accomodate lights as in the rest of the dining room. Given the abundance of empty tables, I asked to be reseated, but there was no response to this request. I asked for a candle or light to read the wine list, but again there no response. Instead I was told to stand up and look at the wine list and menu over at the waiter's station, which I had to do for a good 15 minutes.. I was only interested in placing an order, but my reaction afterward was the simple question: "Is this fine dining?" The food that evening also proved to be mediocre.

  • Felidia

    Posted by Former fan on 02/09/2008

    Poor service average food.

    My boyfriend and I used to come here once a month, when we lived in New York. It's one of those restaurants we went to at the beginning of our relationship, and so we kept going back as a sentimental thing. The food was never great, but it's decent to pretty good, depending on the night. The service was spotty: sometimes a bit too stuffy, and often slow, but occasionally really good. Again, just depended on the night. The pluses: reservations are easy to get and the decor is always lovely and warm and inviting. We moved away two years ago. When we came back for a visit, we were extremely disappointed. The food quality was beyond bland, and interminably slow. While we waited for our meal, we watched two separate tables complain to the manager. He didn't appease them or even apologize he just said, curtly, that they shouldn't have come if they didn't want a "leisurely" meal. Puh-lease! Setting aside the subpar food and the slow meal, our service was offensively poor. The waiter tried to insult us, asking if we were very impressed as tourists, if we had anything like this "back home," blahblah. (We sweetly informed him that this used to be one of our neighborhood restaurants, until we moved to Paris! :-)) Among many other irritants, tables were only arbitrarily allowed to order a daily special dish that involved truffles. Some tables were told that the kitchen was "out," but other tables including tables seated afterwards were allowed to order. Even with our sentimental attachment, we won't be going back.

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