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Posted by Anonymous on 10/03/2004
Sorry but I was less than impressed. The food is average - did like the Tuscan salad and the Vodka sauce is not bad. But again, nothing special. Felt a bit like a cafeteria, Italian style. Too many other Italian finds in this city to settle for mediocrity.
Posted by marcbolan on 09/02/2004
I've wanted to try Sambuca for awhile. Did so but won't hurry back. Maitre'd needlessly difficult about the children in our party, never brought us menus, wouldn't take our dining coupon etc. Veal Sorentino was very good but meatballs the size and consistency of softballs.
Posted by Savagelettuce on 04/07/2004
Atmosphere was ok, but nothing special. Service was sub-par & the food didn't really make it all worth it. Save yourself a trip & money & go somewhere else.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/24/2004
i love it here...excellent food and some of the best prices around! the portions are enormous
Posted by John d on 03/12/2004
The food is not very authentic italian, the service is pretty good, and the value isn't anything special. Yet I still seem to find myself there alot.
Posted by kafka on 02/14/2004
The place offers great food, always fresh always Italian!!! I love their pastas and the salad we ordered came with a rich taste of Balsamic vinegar and some kind of Italian cheese - good stuff! They have tables for two, four, six...ten - you name it and it never feels cramped, the place is so quiet and sophisticated, but the price is a dream. This is a must for anyone who loves Italian, like I do. I think it's the best kept secret of the upper W. Side