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Posted by Claudia OZ on 11/04/2014
I am italian , living few blocks from Teodora. For years I go with my husband and friends there because it is THE BEST italian restaurant uptown. Food is delicate and sophisticated, the restaurant has the same italian atmosphere of a fancy trattoria, I suggest to everyone who likes the real good italian food
Posted by anonymous on 01/04/2014
I live few blocks from Teodora, I found it several years ago , I tried and I can say it is one of the best italian restaurant in the city. Small menu, very sophisticated and testing food. Atmosphere like the fancy italian "trattoria" quality the best. Service is good everyday of the week, not so good on Sunday... I can raccomande this restaurant "ad occhi chiusi".
Posted by Anonymous on 06/10/2011
We were 10 at 7 pm on a Thursday and they just could not get it together. Uneven service. We had a private table upstairs which was nice but it was long so had to yell to the other end.
Posted by DASW in CT on 11/08/2010
Brought friends visiting from CA. The pasta equals that in Italy (taste and presentation). Service was pleasant- atmosphere quaint- price inexpensive. Our "wine expert" in the group was extremely satisifed with the staff's suggested wine. Have returned twice since our last visit. We're telling all our friends.
Posted by Eastsider on 09/14/2008
Those visiting Manhattan may not be aware that there are actual neighborhoods just a few blocks distant from busy/congested 57th and Lex. There are many big name restaurants and numerous good ones favored by locals the farther east one travels. We will walk the extra blocks westward and put up with the crowds to dine at this unexpected, attractive hideaway that might be easily missed given the location. We like to take friends visiting from out of town to this little "inn-like" spot with the relatively quaint whitewashed interior appearance and attentive staff. The manager, a woman, actually participates in all aspects of the service. Many like to brag that they have been taken to a special spot by New Yorkers. Very good food and an excellent value by Manhattan standards. Small and can be a tight fit at busy hours. Try for a table in the back.
Posted by sg on 12/16/2007
wines by the glass are not good. service is ok. food usually pretty good.
Posted by Sven & Juliana on 07/19/2007
The food here is very good, as we had a broiled whitefish special and the gnocchi. The appetizer, their hallmark flatbread was excellent, but paired with an inadequate cheese, I would advise sampling it with salmui instead. The ambience is close and darkened, which we found to be perfect for a small cozy table of two. It is very much a 'italian grandmother's kitchen' ambience with cute and cheesy objects throughout the tidy space. Good staff, very prompt and friendly, the bar is NOT to be recommended, as it is small, cramped and the stools are directly in the main path of traffic. For a cozy couple looking for comforting italian food with a romantic setting, you could do far, far worse.