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Posted by Anonymous on 12/10/2007
We were in NYC for the weekend. Decided to try Serafina, it was close to our hotel. It's suppose to be "kid friendly" but wasn't. We ordered pasta w/marinara sauce for our 7 yr.old. It was pasta w/a very thick alfredo sauce w/a touch of tomato. My husband ordered penne with vodka....same as my daughters. Alfredo sauce w/a touch of tomato. I ordered a salad for 10.00, it was very basic and small. The pizza was OK but have had much better else where. My advice...don't bother, there are much better places in the same area!
Posted by Unbiased on 10/25/2007
All of my friends have been saying how great Serafina is and that it has the best pastas. My hopes weren't even that high (when I ordered a very expensive pasta) as I tasted my first bite. It was not good at all. (I also tried my friends pastas... nothing special about it) I don't understand how my friends thought it was good. It wasn't delicious, yes it was edible but certainly not praise worthy. The service was mediocre, the atmosphere was great, everything on the menu is way over prices for something thats not even worth more than $10.00. Save your money and don't eat here if you're looking for some food that has some taste, not blandness.
Posted by shtick on 08/13/2007
I had been to the place on lafayette a few years ago and had a good experience there. I wouldn't confuse that one with what happened last week. Although the atmosphere was cool and service that bad, the food left something to be desired. The cheapest thing on the menu was $15 pasta w/basic sauce and I realized this better be good. the Lobster Ravioli was well below par, easily the worst I've had in NYC or Hoboken. the best anyone could say about their meal was that it was OK... which isn't good enough for the price we paid.
Posted by Tapioca on 06/28/2007
My pasta was so mushy, it broke apart before I could even twirl it around my fork. I've had better pasta from hole-in-the-wall pizzerias. As for the pizza, it's fine if you like thin crust, but I still think Patsy's is better. The only thing I really enjoyed was the mini-cookies they give you at the end of your meal. As yummy as they were, they were not good enough to get me to come back.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/02/2007
The food here is fantastic. We ordered pizza, ravioli, foccacia bread, calamari, and some drinks. The food was great, the drinks were just alright. The staff was very friendly. Highly recommended.
Posted by Jim from CT on 02/20/2007
We went to the Letterman show on short notice. Since it was Valentine's Day I was planning to propose to the love of my life - Lizzy! We found the staff to be very professional and accommodating and the food excellent! They placed us in a quiet location which was perfect for the occasion. They made our engagement night the best!
Posted by Dissappointed on 02/06/2007
Undercooked pizza, dismal service, no coat check (do it yourself), so many better places, so little time and money, pass thanks,