I have been for both dinner and brunch. Loved both! The brunch is great, all you can eat food that is awesome!
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I've eaten here many times, and have brought clients to visit this small bistro. Recently, we found the place in disarray with a terrible wait staff, slow service, and food that could only be described as average. I had a pasta Amatriciana that was so...More
small but very good food cooked to order with a great selection a family business with attention to detail plus it is BYOB so the cost is very light in comparison to most evenings out good deserts and easy access from the highway...although a bit...More
We had a large group for an anniversary party. We were loud and closed the place down, but no one complained. The food was great and brought out in a timely fashion. With a big group, no one had to wait for their food.
I called NuNu's inquiring if they had lamb on the menu. They said they had lamb every day! I was happy and planned a Sunday lunch there. When we arrived we realized there was a buffet going on. I asked if we could order lamb...More
I have been going to Nu Nus for years. Love the food. Friendly and great service. It can get a bit noisy, and crowded. Beyond that it is a great place all around.
I don't have the time to write about our entire experience (sorry) but this so called restaurant is horrible. My guess is that the proprietors pay others to write good reviews on other sites. For now, just trust me on this. You will see what...More
The food here is the real deal. This is a true Italian restaurant with all fresh ingredients. It's a treat to eat here. Check the hours because they are a bit different.
From the moment you walk up to the door, it seems welcoming. A lovely exterior and gracious hostesses inside. We were seated right away (Wednesday nite). Super yummy menu choices and specials. The service was great- I always like when they fill the water without...More
It's not always easy to find good food in a small town, so family-run Nunu's is especially welcome. There are lots of Italian classics, plus some more modern fare, like pumpkin ravioli. A vegetarian, I enjoyed the cheese ravioli a la vodka, while my companion...More