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Posted by Jessica on 03/11/2009
This is one of my favourite NYC restaurants. Whenever I have a friend visiting me here, this is the first place I take them. I go on and on about how wonderful it is, and by the end of the meal, my guest ALWAYS feels the same. The pesto and mozzerella risotto is the most delicious thing on the planet. I highly recommend this place....
Posted by anonymous on 03/05/2009
I was so excited about going there because I am a BIG FAN of risotto... well, food was good. I loved their bread stick and quality of dish. I was absolutely disappointed about their service. Our table was almost completely ignored unless we try to yell or keep raising arms up for attention. We often felt one of the waiter was grumpy at us for nothing and rushed us out for no line waiting tables.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2008
I have Celiac disease and had lived in NYC for one year, and had yet to try Risotteria. For my "one year anniversary" my bf and I went to Risotteria. It was delicious. I was so happy. The breadsticks were amazing, and they kept bringing us more. Our entrees were great and the carrot cake was huge enough for two or four, but it is too delicious to share that much! We had a full bottle of wine and with tip, our meal was less than $60. Great value! The only downside was waiting in line for a while, but as my bf said, it's a good sign. Better busy than not!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/29/2008
Delicious gluten free food and bier. Loved the place. Can absolutely recommend it, especially for those who have to eat gluten free food. Bread sticks were jummy.
Posted by F. on 10/02/2008
The food was mediocre, if not overpriced. Service was appalling. Waiter had the gall to be sarcastic when he forgot to add his 20% gratuity for party of 6 and more, and had to print a new check. Not to mention repeated requests for pepper and water. Menu had an interesting disclaimer that it was not responsible for typographical mistake - can they then charge you $100 for a bowl of rice and claim that the $16 price tag on the menu is really a typo? Take some ownership and responsibility in your work! Get over it - you are no Babbo so spare me the attitude.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2008
Food is okay, decor is typical village, but customer service is bottom tier. Waiters shove a mandatory 20% gratuity down your throat and give you sarcasm, slow response, lukewarm tap water, and attitude in return. If you enjoy excruciating agony during dinner hours, here's your place!
Posted by D.B. on 08/02/2008
We had dinner at Rissoteria and I am so glad to report it was delicious. The staff was attentive and eager to serve and the food was super. The place is small but surprisingly not crowded which adds to the charm. Our evening was wonderful and we are so glad we can count on a gluten-free Italian meal in NYC.