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Posted by Anon on 03/02/2013
Went there for a romantic diner with my boyfriend and we were done within an hour drinks , appetizer , dinner, coffee and dessert. The restaurant was empty , but it seemed like they wanted to clear us out to make room for a crowd. They should move to the theater district...they will b much appreciate there. most vegetables were overcooked but the pasta was superb. The breads were delicious. Friendly service. We even asked them to slow down , they just didn't hear us. Won't go back unless I'm in a rush to eat and throw away money. $200 for two appetizers, two entrees, one espresso, one dessert and and three drinks. My advise---slow down people, let the customers sit and chat and enjoy their evening. Then they will come back.
Posted by Lucy on 02/01/2010
Couldn't have been more satisfied with my experience. I'm a pasta fanatic and this pasta lived up to my expectations and beyond. The food came out so quickly, but not in way where your creeped out by how quickly. It looked beautiful on the plate, and tasted even better. Pasta was fresh and melted in your mouth. They even give you bread (which makes it that much better) Wine list was good, dessert tasted awesome. I would highly reccommend it.
Posted by anonymous on 07/28/2009
Good food, good ambiance, very welcoming staff and owner. A great place for simple, fresh, well-prepared food.
Posted by Marco on 04/23/2009
I have been going to this restaurant for over 6 years, and the food is constantly incredible. The staff is beyond friendly, and they are very attentive, and this restaurant does not get too loud. It isn't cheap, nor is it overpriced, but the amount and quality of the food is well worth the price. The location of the restaurant could not be more perfect, since I usually go shopping near the area (there are many great stores nearby) and Savore is always there when I need great pasta or excellent meat.
Posted by Anon on 03/26/2009
Have eaten here 3 or 4 times and it's always good. They make there own pasta. It makes a huge difference.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/18/2009
The food was pretty good but it was super over-priced. For 3 entrees, only one glass a wine & 2 sodas, 3 cappuccinos, and one piece of cake, it came to $180 including tip. I don't usually notice prices, but I think $60 per person for a meal like that is too much. The waiter also rushed us out of the place because he wanted to go home.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/22/2008
I am Italian how moved from Milano, Italy to New York City in November of 2007. Ever since then I have been looking for an identical Italian restaurant to the ones I used to go to in Italy. Finally in May of 2008 my friend invited me to his 40th birthday at Savore. I was surprised and almost shocked at the quality of the food and the amassing atmosphere of the restaurant. From that day forward I have not missed at least two dinners there a week. I also presented it to my colleagues with great enthusiasm. Finally I found a real authentic Italian restaurant in New York. Their Fettucine reminds me of my grandmothers dishes, and the Branzino "sea bass" reminds me of my last vacation to Sardinia. Savore makes me proud to be an Italian in New York.