My wife and I with my in laws had a birthday lunch at Nonna's today. The food was yummy and staff attentive. They also noted it was a celebration for my father in law's birthday and made it an occasion to remember.
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Great atmosphere, helpful attentive staff, and most importantly excellent food! Upon entering the restaurant myself and my wife were welcomed at the door. We then had cocktails at the bar, before moving through to our table that we had reserved online. At all times the...More
Popped in after an awful lunch in another place, we asked two espresso and torta della nonna. I have to say: DELICIOUS! Coffee was very good and also the cake was amazing! I would come back for sure for a proper meal! Customer service really...More
The Sheffield friend who suggested this place called it "a good ordinary Italian". That sounds disparaging but if you take "ordinary" to mean "mainstream" rather than "undistinguished" he's right. We had a delicious risotto and a beautifully cooked baked cod, preceded by light and fluffy...More
I have visited nonnas restaurant many times over the years, sometimes just a quiet table for 2 or others times as a group of 14 sat around the captains table. The food is consistently good and the service always friendly and very attentive. I highly...More
My girlfriend and I went at teatime on a Monday and had an excellent meal. we shared the fish platter which was good value including the sides and the fish and shellfish were beautifully cooked. We didn't have a starter or sweet and there was...More
I love Nonnas as the people and atmosphere beat most bars on Ecclesall Road... however, the prosecco is over priced and not worth it. Lovely staff and food is great too but don't understand how a bar can charge £30 for prosecco!
Went to Nonnas as the restaurant we wanted to go to was closed. Hadn't been for a few years and had a pleasant surprise. The food and wine were excellent and the staff very attentive. As it was a Sunday it was quieter but more...More
First visit for several years. The Lasagna alla casa was OK. A glass or two of (rather expensive) Primitivo was rather dry to the taste – too much tannin. Vin santo and cantucci was good, as expected. Service was attentive, but I did get the...More
Nonnas is one of those restaurants that can be relied on to provide a warm welcome and a good standard of cooking whenever I've visited. This time we popped in for an early dinner on a Sunday, we hadn't booked and we were found a...More