Our favorite meal in D.C.! Sea Bass grilled to perfection and pasta dishes beyond belief! The wine, the service and the meal were outstanding with a delicious tiramisu to complete the meal! Small, quaint and memorable!!
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Small restaurant with very good italian food. Prices are too high (or portions too small). A glass of red wine for 12 usd, ok that is not strange in the US (but it is halve the price in Europe), but than only 5oz for that...More
Don't let the small, unassuming facade fool you. There are a number of places to eat and see in the few blocks surrounding here and it would be unfortunate if you were here and passed this restaurant up. The menu is short and to the...More
I have heard about Al Tiramisu for a long time, but never made it there. When I read the reviews from other diners, I was a bit concern that the chef owner has opened another restaurant in town, and afraid the quality of the original...More
We went there on a whim after a full day of D.C. site seeing. The walk there was very pleasant. It is also within 4 blocks of the DuPont Circle Metro stop. We were greeted promptly and our waiter was excellent. The food was okay....More
Felt very much like being in a restaurant in Rome or Florence. Flavors and seasoning were simply perfection! And the tiramisu was the best we've ever tasted!
You walk in and no longer feel you're in Dupont Circle. Very friendly, all around. We started with a lemoncello martini (asked for and given the recipe) and prosecco rose. Had the fabulous carpaccio and speideni (breaded, fried calamari on skewers). Moved on to ravioli...More
Great service, great food and a charming atmosphere. Food really is great with almost as many specials as there are on the entrees menu Food was great, beef carpaccio to start followed by lamb chops, with a bottle if chianti - could have been in...More