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Posted by JMIZ on 04/08/2013
Sweet servers, gracious owners, competent bussers, beautiful bartenders - what more could you want? Oh and yummy food! Could live off their tapas, salads, and sides... Only ever had one dessert. Budino peeked my interest because I had never heard of it before. Divine! The others? Dunno - Perhaps they taste more interesting than they sound? Delivery portions seem smaller but they package it nicely. Wish they would deliver their wine too...
Posted by anonymous on 02/21/2013
Delivery is prompt. The arugula salad and baked eggplant parm are tasty.
Posted by Sandy on 08/13/2012
I have been dining at La Follia since the day it opened and continue to dine there or order in once or twice a week. La Follia's food is excellent. The staff is very cheerful and attentive. Their portions are perfect--particularly for the cost. I have not been disappointed yet. If you are expecting traditional Neopolitan Little Italy/Brooklyn cuisine--go to Little Italy or stay in Brooklyn. La Follia's Italian cuisine is more refined and the ingredients are impeccably fresh. Bravissimo! I am thrilled to have you so nearby.
Posted by Maria on 05/20/2012
I've eaten here several times in the past and enjoyed it. However, this past Friday night, the food was completely oversalted and disappointing. I had the branzino (21.00) which was one tiny fillet that was so salty it was hard to eat. The broccoli rabe-same thing. Also, the soup special-salty, salty, salty. The proscuitto was delish, and the buratta app good too. I am hoping it was just a bad night in the kitchen, but if it happens again, this one will be off my list.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2012
Unless you don't mind waiting, get there early--it was quiet when we got there and packed when we left two hours later. Based on my experience, it's not hard to see why. The menu tends more toward northern/rustic Italian than the Sicilian food in most Italian restaurants in the New York area, so it's a little different and a nice change. I had the grilled romaine salad and the cavatappi, which was like super-gourmet macaroni and cheese. Both were absolutely delicious. The tiramisu I had for dessert wasn't that different from what I've had at other Italian places, but it had a very nice, strong flavor. Service is friendly and knowledgeable without being intrusive, and the atmosphere is very relaxed with a touch of romance. If you're in the mood for Italian but also looking to try something different, La Follia is a win-win.
Posted by Diane on 04/10/2012
First, we received 6 very small slices of bread for 6 people. They were not sliced apart, and with difficulty we had to handle each others slice to get a piece...skimpy on oil, as well. My husband's spaghetti was $.35 of pasta with a chunky, tasteless tomato coating without cheese or meat for $13.00! The "special", was tasteless beef ribs that another of our party found inedible. The burgers with gorgonzola cheese was nearly absent of the cheese. We were charged a mandatory 20% gratuity on our bill, not 15 or 18%, without notice. Upon our request, they were unwilling to divide our bill, according to our orders, among the 3 parties present. We were told we needed to ask ahead of time. I believe that should have been the waitress's responsibility to inform and inquire of us. It was obvious, that we were 3 couples.
Posted by Adam on 04/03/2012
Love this place, the burrata app is amazing, the food is fantastic and the quantities are "just right".