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Posted by Jerome on 12/05/2014
We love their food but have stopped ordering from them because it's waaaay toooo frustrating. They frequently send incomplete orders that take over an hour to deliver. Their service stinks and they can't seem to get it right.
Posted by Randy on 11/28/2014
Did not like anything from the greasy, unappetizing food to the service. Not what I call an Italian restaurant.
Posted by Wendy on 08/19/2014
We have now been to Sotto Cinque and love the atmosphere--particularly with the new solo guitarist Mike Stien every Thursday night. What a welcome change to the UES! Usually, you can only find great music downtown. The cozy chic bar and restaurant is a hidden gem with ceiling fans easily missed with construction trucks nearby.
Posted by Magster on 01/19/2014
Seems like everything has changed...and not for the better. New management, revised, more expensive menu. Ordered pear salad...pears were unripe, ordered Caesar salad...anchovy flavor, mushy lasagna...miss the old Sotto. Do not think I will return.
Posted by GaryUES on 01/14/2013
I've gone here and ordering-in for a number of years. Very nice atmosphere and reasonably priced wines. It's great value, if you're selective. Best baked clams in the hood, great Della Casa salad, and the garlic bread will blow your partner away. Excellent soup, and they use veal generously, but it's a bit chewy.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/02/2012
I ordered through delivery (seamless web). I loved the pappardelle with veal/mushrooms dish. delish. asked for aside of grated parm. Delivery was fast; pasta was fresh. The bread included with the meal wasn't super fresh. I ordered fried mozzerela. Yummy mozzarella but not so sure I like to dipping sauce or the breading. Delivery was quick. I'd order from here again.
Posted by notzagat on 07/22/2012
Brunch ($13.95) continues to be very disappointing. I had chicken parm “panini” which was a hero. The “parm” was tasteless, never seemed fried though breading was spotted. Parm was there but you wouldn't know it. Meat was not tough but certainly not tender—not much sauce to speak of, and what there was was flavorless. Minestrone (or salad included) was poor; taste was barely there and had broccoli as main ingredient—obviously last night’s leftover. OJ was not even a good frozen brand. Another in party had penne vodka which was OK except portion fairly small. Pasta primavera was OK but again small portion—both included salads which were small. Coffee was good, service good. This is not the first but will be the last of several poor experiences. There are much better pasta offerings elsewhere for comparable price.