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Trattoria Belvedere

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  • Italian
  • 165 Lexington Ave, New York NY10016 40.743964 -73.981142
  • (Btwn 30th & 31st St)
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  • (212) 684-8805
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User Ratings (Based on 47 reviews)

4.225
Food 4.1 Value 4.0
Service 4.3 Atmosphere 4.4

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 684-8805
Place Order:
Order From Trattoria Belvedere for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 12pm-11pm Sat: 5pm-11pm Sun: 5pm-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Outdoor Dining, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00

User Reviews

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/25/2013

    Bad food, cute space

    I cannot recommend this place. I got some ill conceived veal special with a mushroom cream sauce...veal was over breaded and chewy (didn't mention it was breaded, wouldn't have gotten it had I known). The girl got a pasta dish that was passable but not good. Wine comes from pre-opened bottles that I assume are just refilled (tho I obviously don't know). I got the feeling that they're not Italian. In general, I would not recommend it. Not expensive but there is plenty of good food with decent prices in the area. Go somewhere else.

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by anonymous on 04/29/2013

    Great Neighborhood Gem!

    Warm and welcoming service combined with well prepared menu choices and well-priced wines makes this Northern Italian restaurant a great neighborhood gem! It's still somewhat of a secret but quickly becoming a 'go to' for couples and singles who want delicious food with 'no attitude'.

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by Maxwell M Haley on 07/03/2012

    Best place to find dinner

    When I was in New York on vacation I wanted to find italian food. Thinking that the best place to find that would be little Italy. Dead wrong. Its a tourist trap. Belvedere is a block from the hotel Avalon. The atmosphere was great. After I salivated over the creamy cheese rich pasta, I complimented the chefs enthusiastically who turned out to be the waiter and the chef. After we finished our meal he came out and gave us a complimentary tiramisu. This was the best I had ever had. I left full and closer to my family and friends ever before. Leaving feeling like a family friend

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by J on 04/06/2012

    Where"s the pescatore?

    Went to this restaurant a few weeks ago and ordered the linguine pescatore which was described as containing shrimp, mussels, clams, scallops and calamari. There were no shrimp, no clams, 3 or 4 mussels, a sprinkling of miniature scallops and calamari.

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by LC on 10/06/2011

    Forget 5 stars, I give them 10!!

    One word...Amazing! I have been living in NYC for 4 months now (originally from the UK) and have eaten in many little italy restaurants that aren't a patch on this adorable hole in the wall! DO NOT be put off by the smaller menu than normal, there is something for everyone and the fact that they offer a smaller amount of dishes means that every dish is cared for more than mass produced rubbish! Also the incredibly lovely waiter went through a list of specials to us personally, which added a hefty chunk to the already difficult to decide menu! When the food arrived every single thing was delicious! Piping hot/cooked to perfection/seasoned beautifully/presented well and just overall, damn tasty!! having lived with an italian for over 6 years and a mother who writes cookbooks, I know good food when I taste it and mmm this was yummy! The service was super! the waiters were so attentive yet not in your face, helpful, friendly and even brought us a free tiramasu for dessert!! after we had been chatting to them a little, which topped off the evening splendidly! I'm currently an intern so value for money is key with me! and I can say the value for money was again brilliant! I always choose the most expensive meal by accident, and even with a starter, main and a shared bottle of wine (from an excellent wine list), my check came to $60 with tip and tax! We did go on a Wednesday night, and walked straight in, but obviously weekends will be busier and a booking is recomended as always with NYC restaurants on the weekend! the decor is rustic and cute with wine bottles lining the walls! overall a warm,friendly,relaxing and delicious place to eat good/authentic italian food in NYC! Perfect for couples or families! I will certainly be returning to this restaurant very soon!!

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by reddy on 10/13/2010

    tasty food

    I have never had this type of dinner.. Simply superb

  • Trattoria Belvedere

    Posted by nuyawwka on 08/15/2010

    Good versus Evil

    Good - Bottle of olive oil on table. Bad - Sticky, dirty laminated menus. Stale bread basket. Good - Calamari appetizer, grilled, topped with breadcrumbs. Bad - Pasta special not cooked al dente, drowned in an ocean of tomato-cream sauce. Good - Large portion of salmon. Evil - Cook was heavy handed with the seasoning. Very Evil - The salmon was served with a side of frozen vegetables. Evil has triumphed. We won't be back.

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