We were headed to downtown Bordentown but could not get reservations anywhere last minute. We were not disappointed at Mangia. No crowds or noise, no hurry, Nice menu, great food.
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While it sounds harsh to say, frozen pizza is better. A lot better. I don't like trashing a place, but the pizza was honestly among the worst my wife and I have ever had. The crust had none of the flavor one would expect. It almost tastes like it would be better used in desserts than pizza. And here's the... More
Our group started the night with calamari as the appetizer...we also ordered the Gramma Tomato pie, thin crust topped with the best red sauce I've had in a while...oddly, they charge you $1 if you ask for extra bread, something I'd never seen on any menu prior...With such large portions you wont need more bread...I had wedding soup followed by... More
Had a group of 24 for a dinner party in early December. The food was plentiful and delicious! Everyone was raving about the food! The service was excellent! Very pleased and would definitely go back.
Small place but really good Italian food. I think my favorite thing is their fresh mozzarella salad then the old fashion type of pizza with fresh basil and mozzarella on a thin crust. Yeah, that is good eats. I don't know if it's the brick oven or what but it's great. BYOB
We were 8 for a late dinner and enjoyed everything we ordered. APPETIZERS - Cold antipasti appetizer was enough for dinner - rice balls were huge and tasty, fresh calmari cooked perfectly. ENTREES - Lobster Mac an Cheese was amazing, penne al la vodka cooked perfectly, pizza and eggplant all were highlights.
My family and I were looking for somewhere midway between Yardville and Mount Laurel to have dinner on Father's Day and stumbled across Mangia. My dad had talked to people who have eaten here and had good things to say, but I had never even heard of it! I will admit, I was a little skeptical at first; the tables... More
... my wife and I visited Mangia for a dinner date and weren't disappointed! Generous portions that were delicious and served hot ( a good thing with pasta dishes). Warm, inviting and our waitor Patrick was superb in recommendations and desserts..
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