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Posted by shrewleybug on 01/24/2010
we have eaten here twice and both times the food has been delicious, the staff are friendly and helpful. The place has a buzzing feel ......you could be in Italy. I have recommended it to friends . A truly amazing find in such a busy city
Posted by mayfly on 01/11/2010
Where does one start? The bottled water that was brought when we specifically asked for tap? The bottled water that they still charged us for at 9 bucks a pop? The portabello appetizer that was the size of a quarter? (aren't portabellos, um, rather BIG?) Or how about the pasta that was brought to us suspiciously fast about 10 minutes after we ordered it to find that our 'entree' consisted of about 4 forkfuls of pasta in total and the middle of the miniature pasta pile was ice cold? Don't waste your time or money here. We are lifelong New Yorkers who made the mistake of convenience by eating in the area since we had tickets to a show nearby. This is the only place where we both left hungry after a supposedly full meal at an Italian restaurant. This place should be embarassed at themselves for what they serve and for what they charge.
Posted by Dr.JJ on 11/29/2009
Whenever we are in Manhattan, we make it a point to eat at Tramonti. Contrary to the one review from anonymous (always be suspicious), we have always had wonderful, friendly service from everyone. No one has ever even tried to force us to eat a thing. We have never had a tip added to the bill arbitrarily. The pasta, the sauces are just excellent. Mikail is an unbelievably fantastic waiter. Very friendly and helpful. The wine man is friendly and highly knowledgeable and helpful, as well. The chef is great. Any time we order something not on the menu, it is happily prepared. Great place. Dr. JJ San Diego, CA
Posted by tired mom on 08/17/2009
The food and the prices were decent by NYC standards. The waiter was just down-right rude. I have not experienced that kind of service in years and will not go back.
Posted by anonymous on 03/23/2009
First time here, with some friends from out of town. Our waiter was rude, arrogant, and snotty. The place was noisy and I couldn't squeeze into my seat. The food was mediocre. I couldn't get the "special" and was forced by the waiter to eat a mediocre pasta bolognese that has soggy noodles and mystery meat sauce plus an $18 price tag! No bottle of wine on the menu that was drinkable for less than $50--and the waiter criticized my attempt to keep our wine bill under $100. At the end, I was considering how poorly to tip when I saw they had already added a 20% tip to my bill--without telling me! Stay away from this place...many better in the theatre area.
Posted by Pat on 03/15/2009
We had a pre-theater dinner at Tramonti based on the recommendation of our concierge at the Doubletree. We were not disappointed! The food is terrific. I had the Fettucine Bolognese (been thinking about it ever since), my husband had the gnocchi and he thought it was wonder, and my granddaughter had the Rigatoni with four cheeses and there wasn't a drop left on her plate. The mista salads were large, fresh, and delicious. The place isn't cheap, but it's not exorbitant, either. Servings are large and the food is authentic. I'm Italian; I know good Italian food. I've also been to Italy, so I have something to compare it with.
Posted by Tabithanyc on 01/16/2009
Really liked Tramonti! We were walk in's and although the place was busy, we were seated immediately. The wait staff were friendly, polite and efficient. Food was great and good value. We had arugula salad, fresh, nicely dressed and plentiful, and the best pizza outside of Rome. Husband had a gorgeous, creamy, homemade ice cream I was just too full and had a really tasty coffee. Lovely, cosy, busy atmosphere. We will definately eat here again when we're in the city.