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Posted by JOeSki on 06/05/2011
We went by the reviews on this web site and found Tiramisu dissapointing. I have NEVER seen smaller portions, and overpaid for sangria($32.00 for a 1/2 pitcher of mostly ice) anywhere I have ever eaten. The food was good, although my pasta was way overdone. A child could eat the dinner portion and still be hungry. I do want to commend the very attentive waiters and servers- they were on top of things. I would not go back.
Posted by anonymous on 03/17/2011
We just finished lunch at Tiramisu! Couldn't wait to get back for the ricotta spinach gnocchi. My husband had the steak special - it was so aromatic & flavorful. We arrived home from a 2 week trip to London. All I could think of on the plane was the great food & scrumptious tiramisu. We are neighborhood regulars for 10+ years. Never fails to please our whole family!
Posted by anonymous on 01/16/2011
On 1/15/11, we ordered an appetizer and two pizzas . The waiter questioned us as to when we wanted the pizzas in a most hostile way. He was told to serve them after we ate the appetizer(DUH) Pizzas arrived lukewarm. We left the tip on the table(15%) instead of putting it with the bill. This burly crude man came running over and said nastily" there must be some mistake" He then picked up his tip off the table without a thank you. It's not worth your time or money to have lukewarm food and lousy service
Posted by anonymous on 01/09/2011
We are regulars and LOVE this restaurant. their tomato sauce is reminiscent of italy's and the pasta is always cooked perfectly. but you can't go there without trying their pizza! YUM!
Posted by Mark Urban on 12/16/2010
Having a wood burning pizza oven that has been working for 23 years gives Tiramisu the edge when it comes to Pizza and Focaccia. Try the monkfish or salmon. The superb preparation of these entrees is complimented by the freshness and exquisite flavor of the antipasto dishes. Dessert is amazing. The signature dessert for which the restaurant is named is prepared with the finest mascarpone and slightest hint of coffee liqueur. The walls are festooned with sculptural samplings of Michelanglo's David. The atmosphere is subdued but lively as the relatively small venue packs in youthful diners . A nice feed for about $75 per person.
Posted by Kimberly on 07/06/2010
I'm a TiramiSu regular with a great appreciation for the fresh Italian fare and refreshing Sangria. The restaurant is perfect for any season - cozy and warm for the winter with the brick oven burning in the back and nice al fresco dining for the warm weather.
Posted by Italian roots on 07/04/2010
the food was very good before but now is not good any more maybe they change the chef? samebody tell me please...