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Noi Due Cafe
Posted by lorraine on 12/06/2009
i just went to noi due! food was excellent. atmosphe was great! food was so cheap. waiter was so nice... i definetely recommend this place! felt a little like i was in italy gnocci was great and pizza margarita!
Posted by DK on 10/29/2009
Stopped in after a movie not expecting all that much, but was nicely surprised at the excellent experience. The service was fantastic, pleasant and practically doting. The food was very good as were the portions, both the pizza and gnocchi. Very prompt with water and bread, both in placing and refilling. Even their beer menu was better than expected for a kosher restaurant -- they had Moretti & Peroni like a good Italian cafe should! The food wasn't cheap, but par for the course in kosher dining. The atmosphere is clean & quaint, not overly crowded when we dined (there was one rowdy party, but it is a kosher restaurant). The place is a bit hidden, but worth the find; they should aim for more signage and advertising. Will definitely be back.
Posted by Confused on 10/16/2009
I ate at this restaurant about a week ago (decent) and was showing the menu to a friend today when I saw they raised ALL their prices just after a couple weeks of being business. The great thing about this restaurant was that they provided reasonable prices compared to other kosher dairy restaurants but at the rate of their price increases they will be just another overpriced kosher restaurant. Better off trying Va Bene for a few dollars more; Food is MUCH MUCH better, decor is elegent and restaurant is on ground level.
Posted by J/F on 10/09/2009
Restaurant was pretty full when we arrived but the service was still excellent. Bread is amazing. Salads were decent. Pizza is very good-sauce used is very tasty. Pasta was pretty good. Overall decor is decent. Restaurant gives great value for your money as all other decent kosher restuarants charge 20$ per pasta, 15$ for salad, etc. Menu also has many options and specials were aavailable such as fish. You won't be disappointed!
Posted by Finally! on 09/10/2009
This is a very solid place, we need more of these types of kosher establishements. Very good food,Not expensive, very good service! If it was just a shade nicer ambiance wise (tables are a bit on top of each other) and could serve beer and wine (which I believe they are working on) its a homerun!)
Posted by madou on 08/15/2009
salad was decent enough -- but one of the waitrons charged me nearly 5 bucks for bread i didn't order -- could have been a mistake but I didn't think so
Posted by westsider on 06/17/2009
We saw the nice reviews and went with high hopes. There were a few empty tables up front, but after much discussion among the management and waiters we were seated in the (much less pleasant) back. I ordered a salad that comes with goat cheese. I was told there was no goat cheese, but I could add another cheese for $1. I did not want cheese, but questioned the logic. We got a cold shoulder, and decided to leave. As we left the manager explained (with a straight face) that as there is no goat cheese in the market, the salad I ordered is not available.