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Posted by Meaghan on 05/15/2011
I brought my parents here when they were visiting thinking I would treat them to a neighborhood gem but the food was average at best. Would not go back.
Posted by Sandy on 04/27/2011
This restaurant is ok. The menu is very small and the options aren't great. Their bolognese sauce is good, but their ravioli are so big I couldn't find them tasty. Their service is slow, they took more than 20 min to bring our pasta after the appetizer, and we were the only table sitting on a weekday for lunch.
Posted by Bob Volsario on 01/30/2011
Found out about Tuscano in a Zagat review.Last night was my first time there and Now I guarantee it wont be My last! Both my wife and I had the lobster risotto which was one of the specials.WOW is all I can say
Posted by Viz on 01/05/2011
Me and my girlfriend went here on December 23rd, 2010. Service was great, food was excellent. Order the artichoke appetizer. I cannot wait to go back!
Posted by jmes on 09/28/2010
Four of us for dinner on a Sat night. Were seated on time per our reservation. Service and food were excellent. Homemad pasta. Duck ravioli! Delicious. Marscapone cheesecake, melted in our mouths. Will most definitly return. Grazie!
Posted by Andrew on 05/04/2010
This is the best Italian restaurant in NYC, by far the best. A good friend recommended this restaurant to us. It is the perfect place for dinner after a Broadway matinee. Very easy to get to via the #1 subway to Houston St and a 1 block walk. From begining to end the food was superb. In fact it was the best Italian meal I've ever had and I grew up in a NY Italian neighborhood. The antipasto was fresh and very tasty. The antipasto included thin sliced salami, sliced tomatoes, cheeses, calimari, sardines, hard cheese, and buffalo mozzarella cheese ball stuffed with ricotta cheese. This was outstanding. The pasta is to die for. We had a sampler of wild boar meat sauce and a pasta stuffed with veal and prosuitto with a cream sauce that complimented the pasta perfectly--not heavy. My wife's main course was broiled sea bass that was cooked perfectly with a tomatoe sauce. My main course was broiled baby chicken with herbs. Wow! Our dinner was accompanied with a dry red Tuscanwine similar to Sangiovese. Dinner was topped off with a small slices of 2 different cakes and coffee.
Posted by I Love Food on 12/05/2009
We went here the other night with some friends. We all had pasta and it was so good, very fresh. The staff here is all very professional and great service. Try the spinach ravoli and the truffle pasta-to die for! The prices were also reasonable! We will def be back!