The pasta we had was covered with olive oil. The meat was overcooked ans tough. Place had a homey feeling but the food not great
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You think you are walking into a hole in the wall, then they take you into the back where they have two nice dining rooms. Service was good, food was mixed. Homemade pasta was a hit, veal piccata average. Desserts were all homemade and all...More
I absolutely loved this restaurant. Home made pastas and sauces. I had the chicken piccata which was done just perfectly. My mother had the shrimp Parmesan, sister had the fettuccine and brother had manicotti. Everything was delicious!
The food is fantastic. Old world Italian from a lady chef whose husband greets you at the door and whose son Anthony sees to your needs. Even the grandchildren sometimes work here. Much of the pasta is home made, excellent seafood, fresh fish of the...More
Found out about Manducati's from the owner of a favorite restaurant in Norwalk, CT. Read lots of reviews and decided to try it on our overnight trip into Manhattan - a quick subway ride from Times Square on the 7 train. Not difficult to find...More
The food here was supposed to be fabulous. I've been to several other restaurants nearby that are better. They have a common red sauce menu and the place needs updating badly. .
What is up with an Italian restaurant not having any decent bottles of wine in the 30-50 range? This is so easy to do it's enough to make me put the X on this place.
Looking for a real authentic home cooked Italian dinner? Well, this is your place. There is a reason why Robert DeNiro goes there like once a week.
My understanding is that the daughter of the owner of Manducati's Rustica is the owner of this location also in the LIC area and the restaurant and food are just as good if not better. Wine seemed a little pricy but rest of meal was...More