Inasmuch as we were staying in midtown Manhattan, my husband and I decided to have dinner at this restaurant, which is located on second avenue . We did enjoy our dinner. It is a rather small restaurant, with classic italian dishes cooked and presented in a rather 'different' manner. Nothing like the modern cuisine thing that we do not like. The dishes did maintain their basic way of cooking and presentation, but the flavours were quite unique. My husband had as an entree a very nice collection of italian hams and salames, with three samples of cheeses. Then he had a sea bass, which was fantastic, according to him. I ordered pasta , which, again, was quite nice. For desserts we shared a panna cota which was incredible good. Service was polite but, sometimes, perhaps, the waiters should pay more attention to the customers need Prices are OK. In short, if you like italian food and if you are willing to try different tastes, you should visit the Alloro.
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