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Scalinatella

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  • Italian
  • 201 E 61st St, New York NY10065 40.7628121 -73.965656
  • (At 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 207-8280
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User Ratings (Based on 52 reviews)

3.465
Food 3.9 Value 2.8
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 207-8280
Fax:
fax
(212) 207-4307
Notes:
Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc, DC
Hours:
Mon-Sat: 12pm-3pm+5pm-11:30pm Sun: 5pm-10:30pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Romantic, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Delivery Area:
57th St to 65th St 2nd Ave to Madison Ave

User Reviews

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/13/2008

    Nightmare in Manhattan

    Our experience at this restaurant was one that we will never forget from a negative stand point. The specials that were purchased by our party were so over priced that they would make anyone's head spin regardless of yearly income . One member in our party ordered A ravioli special stuffed with veal that cost 180.00$ The servers present alot of specials orally in broken english . There is no mention of price in a deliberate way to deceive the customer. I have dined at many 5 Star fine dining restaurants and have never encountered specials of any kind priced this high.This restaurant is a con. Trust when I say make sure you ask server to reveal prices of specials before ordering or you will be in for the surprise of your life. I could not recommend this restaurant to anyone .We arrived at this restaurant in good faith and ended up finding that this establishment does not operate in the same fashion.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by Baller on 10/24/2008

    Fantastic food

    Went here for the first time recently and was extremely impressed with the food. It was easily the best veal I have ever eaten. I also tried a friend's steak which was excellent. Had a three pasta appetizer which, of course, was delicious. The service is very quick, no complaints about that. The restaurant is a small, but it wasn't a problem in my opinion, and the food more than makes up for it. This place is quite pricey, but if you want to treat yourself to some excellent Italian food, you can't go wrong here.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by fashion foodie on 10/20/2008

    One of the best restaurants in NYC

    If you are in the market for outstanding Italian food, this is the place to come. Know a few things first: it will be very expensive, there is not much of an atmosphere and the place is crowded. I have always found the service to be very accommodating. There is not much of a bar so don't expect to enjoy a pre or post dinner drink. You will most likely order off of the menu (thus the high prices) and the fresh prosciutto and parm for an appetizer is a must. Enjoy for a special occasion.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by Food Lover on 06/22/2008

    The Most Entertaining Night!

    The food is amazing and if you do not find what you want on the menu they will make it for you. Ask for the pasta with truffles. The price is high but so is the quality of food you will receive. After dinner try their home made lemonciello. It's like being in Italy.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by Charlie on 03/24/2008

    Was Very Nervous...

    After reading all of these reviews, I was extremely nervous that I would be price gouged at dinner. That said, I planned to order as little as possible but enough to be have a good meal and leave feeling full. Despite other negative reviews, the service was exceptional. They weren't pushy at all...they were also really fast and were extremely accommodating. The food was delicious. Portions were big. Overall it was an exceptional dining experience. The bill was also WAY less than expected. Definitely a must try.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by Luna on 12/14/2007

    Ouch!!

    The food was beautifully presented and tasted wonderful, especially the ravioli w/truffle. It did feel congested at times, since there were so many people and no windows at all. I had ordered the Chilean sea bass, almost choked because there were bones left in it. My friend had the raviloi entree which the flavor was overpowering. It was like eating a bag of cheese nachos. We had to keep asking the waiter to refill our glasses. The tiramisu was not the best, the coffee flavor was overwhelming, made it very bitter. For the quality of the food, I would not return nor would I pay that price again.

  • Scalinatella

    Posted by FoodieNY on 09/28/2007

    Dungeon Dining

    Fake smiles will greet you, aggressive servers will belittle you, unimpressive food will be served to you, and the whole time you feel like you are in a basement - well, you are. This UES institution rests on laurels so well-worn by its local regulars that everyone seems to forget to notice that bad service and mediocre food should not be rewarded with repeat visits. Have you ever been to one of those horrible Italian places in Little Italy where the whole experience makes you feel a little "used" ? Well, thats how you will feel when you get the bill at this place. So, if you have not been there yet and are thinking about it - don't say you weren't warned.

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