Food is good but the service and the music... Sommelier very rude and Rock'n Roll way too loud, like if they want you to leave. It was a Queen Live album.
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Dinner with two friends---every dish was perfection. This is a beautiful, white tablecloth restaurant with impeccable service---- yet completely comfortable and not at all pretentious. Extensive wine list and spot on recommendations from our server. Each primi and main course was tasty and satisfying. And----oh----...More
Our group of 4 all loved our menu choices from beginning to end (my Lamb and the arugula salad where outstanding). The Sommelier recommended an alternative red by the glass and it was on the mark. But here is the issue: does the music need...More
GREAT Food!! but the attention LACKS WARMTH....actually i would say it is almost MEAN!! Obviously This does not apply to every body!! i have been several times and the food is GREAT but always there is a little incident. One time (that i remember very...More
If I had only one chance to eat in NYC, I would certainly choose Babbo. Besides the menu with the traditional Italian dishes, there are always seasonal tasting menus. At this point, there is a menu of white truffles which is wonderful (the lunch menu,...More
Place is more about itself than the customers. Food is ok. Some of what we ordered was nice, but they forgot part of our order and didn't apologize. Though they did remove it from the bill. The couple next to use, asked to order something...More
Hard to beat combination of spot on service, great food and a soundtrack of Killer Queen and This Charming Man.
A party of 3, we’ve had come with great expectation. Waiters heavily attempting to sell expensive wine (which we’d managed to avoid) and special dishes seemed to have little understanding of either food or wine. primi dishes arrived dry (octopus) and drowning in salt (lamb...More