This is probably Italian restaurant, but I expected more. The first impression was good. Clean tables and cups. The servce was good. But the dishes were too poor for me. I had the feeling that all these dishes I can do by myself at home. Carpaccio meat was good, but souce and rucola on it seemed to be from supermarket that I use at home. Slightly fried goat cheese was too simply and boring, because the same cheese I can buy at supermarket Rimi and I know the regular price of it. The meat was too dry and not worth the price. I don't know, but after my visit of Italian restaurant in Manhattan I expected more from Da Antonio. Maybe I choose wrong dishes????
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