Food tastes fresh and staff is attentive throughout. Little hole in the wall restaurant in midtown. Only negative is that the tables are too close together. Other than that good overall experience.
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I was sceptic at the entrance, but once inside the restaurant room, I found a very warm Italian osteria style. Just tried the gnocchi and ravioli. Both very good. The gnocchi I believe they are really home made. Good portions.
It is almost impossible to decide on an entrée here. Going with the fish special was a good choice. A generous portion of very fresh, pan sautéed grouper hovering above beautifully prepared sliced fennel was outstanding. The fish was cooked perfectly, moist and tender as...More
Really tasty home cooked food in a cozy Grandma's house spot. Very decent sized portions that were not overly expensive. Very nice and professional wait staff. Highly recommended.
Normally I go to Little Italy for Italian but the others convinced me to try this highly rated Italian place in mid town near our hotel. I found the pricing acceptable but beware, the menu on the Trip advisor website is out of date for...More
Nice dinner, good service. Rather expensive for what we had, a starter to share, my daughter had the spaghetti and I thought it looked very dry but she said it was nice enough, I had the lasagne with some potatoes as a side order and...More
The atmosphere is very nice - a cozy little restaurant with nice vintage decor. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. I gave my phone to the waiter to charge, which was very helpful. We had to cut the dinner short to run...More
We stopped at Mercato for lunch the other day. We shared an appetizer of baked octopus and then had the swordfish special and the seafood linguine as mains. The octopus had a very good flavor, but it was tough. The swordfish was excellent, moist and...More