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Posted by Jack on 10/24/2014
Decided to try this restaurant although prices are higher than comparable Italian places nearby. The pizza was fairly good though the crust was not thin. The fish stew, supposedly with tomato saffron broth was an inedible swamp of seafood and fish drowning in oil. One of the worst dishes we have ever had in a restaurant.
Posted by fergus on 04/03/2013
Great food and good prices. This is on my short list. The pizza is fantastic and dessert not to be missed, every time I've had something different and they are so good.
Posted by anonymous on 10/16/2012
Food was great, surprisingly reasonable compared to other restaurant of the same level if one considers the very high quality of the handmade pasta. I loved the beet filled pasta, very unusual and delicious. A pianist played most of the night... great atmosphere. Loved it.
Posted by Alex on 10/09/2012
Pasta, handmade with a matarello! Hard to find even in Italy these days... An art! Once you know the taste of real handmade pasta, there is no turning back. So grateful that this gem is in my neighborhood.
Posted by anonymous on 06/24/2012
I love it here! The decor is enveloping and beautiful. The music classic, live and played by incredible talent. The pasta hand made and amazing, brings back memories of a life in Italy I had long ago. The detail everywhere, in the decor and the menu is astounding. I always have a hard time deciding what to order. I hope they become a neighborhood fixture!
Posted by Francesca on 02/23/2012
It is one of the most beautiful restaurant I have seen, so different, so Italian. The attention to details is amazing. The prices are more than reasonable and the food is typical Italian just like you would find in a trattoria in Italy. I felt at home. Just fantastic to be in such a decor without spending a fortune as one would expect in NYC. I have been there a few times now and I was never disappointed. I found the waiters to be very friendly and welcoming.
Posted by Food Man on 02/17/2012
The decor is a bit cheesy, reminds me of a banquet themed room on a cruise ship. The furniture is like knights of the roundtable and clunky. It is nice there are no TVs or thumping music, rather it is classical type live music. The pizza was not bad, could be cooked more and a little less doughy and watery. I solid pizza but not the best for individual pizzas that I had. The prices are a tad steep but not terrible. The wine selection could be deeper and more affordable choices. The lighting should be a bit dimmer. This place needs a bit of warmth. Service is nice but not personable. If neighboring Italian is too busy to get into this isn't a bad choice and they don't rush you nor can you never find a seat.