One of our foodie friends favorite restaurants. We took friends from out of town and they were delighted with the food and service. The bluefish (which you can only have when it's in season) was the best ever.
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La Morra is one of the best Italian restaurants in Boston, small and not in a restaurant zone, once you are there you will have a great experience. The pasta is homemade of course and always interesting, they also have good chicken, duck, rabbit or...More
アメリカで久しぶりに美味しいイタリアンに会いました。選ぶメニューにもよりますが、大味でなく、比較的、繊細なイタリアンで、要望があれば、麺を固めにしてくれます。アメリカ人向きの柔らかすぎるパスタに我慢せず済みます。 During restaurant week, my husband and I visit here for the first time and we enjoyed non-soft pasta and creative cuisine. Corn ravioli, blueberry tart with mint cream sauce, grilled hen were very tasty.
We went to La Moorra restaurant for a family dinner, a total of 6 adults and 2 children. The restaurant is highly rated, and it seemed very popular, but we were disappointed. The food was average and very overpriced. Yes, there were little things that...More
Visited La Morra on a Saturday evening. Wait staff was very attentive and helped pick some very nice wine. Cichetti menu meatballs and pickled veggies were yummy. Farm salad was only a pile of lettuce and vinaigrette. Bolegnese was pasta with a pile of dry...More
La Morra is an excellent cozy neighborhood Italian restaurant adjacent to Brookline Village. It almost seems like a local secret as it does not stand out from the street at all. My local family suggested it! The staff is very friendly, the atmosphere in the...More
Not overpriced relative to Boston, it is, nevertheless, overpriced. The food was excellent, but $28 for a plate of spaghetti or risotto is too much. Add to it $23 for a small pour of very good, but overpriced wine, and you have an expensive evening....More
Positives 1. Outstanding Pasta 2. Great seafood dishes 3. Bolognese was wonderful 4. Pretty much everything on the menu tasted great Negatives 1. A titch slow on the service, maybe new wait staff; not ridiculously slow but on the slower side
I have had to visit Boston three times for medical reasons and stumbled onto this restaurant the first visit and have made a point in going there every time I am there! The atmosphere is warm cozy and inviting! The people are truly inviting but...More