food is homemade and I believe its workers are the owners. Prices are reasonable and they always make you feel welcome here.
Was very excited to try the place but was not what I expected. The decor was very outdated with old plastic table cloths. But I could deal with that if the food had been good. My friend and I got the seafood platters and paid 21.95 for them. Portion was small and had absolutely no flavor. The shrimp tasted like... More
The portions were big but the food was average. Our server was attentive and our order came out quickly. We went early and all the other patrons appeared to be local residents so we had high expectations. I had the veal limone. The veal was tender but the batter was heavy and so was the sauce. The tomato sauce on... More
A rather popular location near Baldwinsville, Tabathas is the only restaurant on Route 370 South of the village. The portions are ample, but the food lacks any lustre. Our wine, to go with an order of tortellini and meatballs, was a Penfolds cab, a good choice at a very reasonable price, but the only portion of the meal with real... More
This restaurant has great homecooked food and dessert. They always have 2 appetizers waiting on your table, give you fresh bread and have an awesome staff more than willing to describe anything or help.Have tried Italian meals and also steak dinners and have never had any complaints. Even on holidays when they are busy, their service was still outstanding.
Great pizza, excellent crust. I didn't care so much for the ravioli (tasted like Chef Boyardee), but the pizza is fantastic! Also amazing desserts- 2 for 1s on certain nights. Chocolate cream pie is my favorite.
My family loves "Tabs". The staff is so nice, meals and desserts are all homemade, and we have never had a bad experience in over 7 years. Highly recommend you try one of their Friday specials like the stuffed haddock...yum!
Great place to eat very friendly people. Waitress was very nice . Food was great. My friend had a coupon and wanted to to try Tabatha's and we are glad we did..
I am a regular at Tabatha's eating there at least once a week over the last 5+ years. I have yet to be disappointed. They treat me like one of the family. I tell my friends it is a little bit like when Norm used to walk into "Cheers". Don't forget to save room for dessert!
Tabitha and her mother, Pat, opened this place around 10 years ago. I have visited several times and have always enjoyed their food. This tends to be frequented by an older crowd than I am, who tend to like to eat dinner early - we have found getting there around 7:30 means they are starting to clear out and you... More
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