Beautiful restaurant. Most hospitable staff. We were greeted with glasses of prosecco as we looked over the menu. The Ceasar Salad and Lasagna were out of this world!
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I was told this is the oldest Italian restaurant in San Diego. It sure tasted like it. The food was authentic and delicious. I had spaghetti with shrimp, clams and scallops topped with a spicy marinara. My son had a pasta Alfredo with artichokes and...More
Started with a delicious glass of Prosecco and Angus Meatbals and followed with a Salad and Papa Sixtus and creme brûlée ....everything was delicious, the Papa Sixtus was rich and creamy and the creme brûlée is possibly the best I've ever had! Service was attentive...More
We were visiting friends in San Diego who frequent Salvatore's often and are well known to the staff. We had excellent food and wine and outstanding service.
My fiancé brought me here to celebrate my birthday and we had a wonderful time. When we arrived we were greeted warmly and brought to our table. I will say the bus boy that brought us water and bread seemed super stoned. He was so...More
A high quality Italian restaurant with a menu which includes many clasical italian dishes. The veal scalopini was very good and so were other dishes ordered by my partners to the meal. I tried the spritz - nice drink.
My family took me here for my birthday dinner..they know I love Italian, and my heritage is Italian. The food was excellent..and the atmosphere was upscale and lovely. Good service as well.
Salvatore’s is a fine Italian restaurant slightly away from the Little Italy neighborhood of San Diego. The main dining area is large, with many tables, but not placed too close to each other. A more intimate area is on a raised level where fewer tables...More
A diamond in the city explains my opinion of this wonderful evening. As authentic as it could be the flavors of Italy couldn't have been more portrayed in the food selection. My Wife had lasagna which was amazing and I had the chicken parmigiana which...More