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Reviewed March 5, 2020 via mobile

Pricey but good. Decent size to eat in. Staff can be rude but food is usually good. It’s a good place to stop after visiting the lake.

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed November 24, 2019 via mobile

Food is good but not the friendliest people work there. Rarely does someone say “thank you.” Get the feeling they take the customers for granted.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed November 5, 2019 via mobile

Always get great food here, very friendly staff. The pizza is cooked just right even when there very busy.

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed September 24, 2019

We attended a wedding at a nearby hotel, and they delivered pizza to us after the wedding! DELICIOUS!!

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed July 7, 2019

We stopped at Aniles on July 6, 2019, before we went to a play at Allenbury. We ordered zucinni sticks as an appetizer. My wife ordered a steak sandwich and I had a capicola and cheese sub.. We got a slice of scilian pizza, just...to try it. The zuccini sticks were nicely seasoned and the hit of the meal. The subs were served on fresh rolls. I had lsweer peppers added to my snadwich. When the sub was served with the multcolor sweet peppers, tomato and lettuce, it created a very attractive platter. We enjoyed the slice of pizza. The service was exceptional. When we were done eating, I had not funished my sub. I knew if I took the uneated sub with me, it would spoil in the car. I asked our waiter Joe if he could keep the sub cold for us and we would pick it up after the show. I did not expect him to say yes. Not only did he say yes, when I returned after the show. he was out of the resturant with my half of sub before I got out of the car. that is service.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed July 5, 2019 via mobile

These people know how to make a wonderful family experience. They are super friendly and fast with the food. It is delicious. I highly recommend coming here.

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed June 22, 2019

Sunday night in Boiling Springs found most of the restaurants closed and after a long day on the Yellow Breeches, we didn't feel like driving in to Carlisle. Luckily Anile's was still open at 8:30 and what a find. Bright, friendly, and just a touch...throwback in decor, this is not your chain pizza place. We enjoyed our thick yet light Sicilian pizza with sausage. Be forewarned--it only comes in one size and we took half home. The proportion of crust to sauce to toppings was just right. Despite our late arrival, the staff was more than happy to accommodate us and even to stay late to let us finish without rushing. We'll definitely be back on our next trip to Allenberry.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 21, 2019

This was my first time to this local restaurant which is a family owned business. They feature a simple dining room and two new double stacked Marsal pizza ovens rather than the traditional Blodgett or Bakers Pride. My order was simple, for an appetizer the...Zing Wings with hot Buffalo sauce (12 for $11), cheese ravioli ($13) and a house salad ($3). They serve you a nice loaf of soft Italian bread which was one of the better ones I have eaten in the area. The salad arrived first and then the wings and ravioli both were served within two minutes of each other. Another example of what I have been seeing as the Carlisle area approach which is to get all the food out at one time! I find it interesting that the server will stand there with the attitude that I need to find a spot. Sorry but that is rude and unacceptable whether you are smiling or not. The salad and house dressing were average however the wings were a culinary disaster. The wings were sized small to smaller and were 80% coating and skin. There was virtually no detectable meat in some of them. And to boot they were not crisp. My Wing Tut rating is 2.6/10 Wingyptians, landing this place at the #22 spot on the list of 22 restaurants I have had wings at in the Carlisle area since February 2019. For almost $1 a wing this is a joke for the putrid product that was served. The ravioli was the star of the meal and exceeded my expectations. There were 7 or 8 square shaped ravioli on the plate accompanied with a thicker, dark marinara sauce. They were cooked perfectly and were enjoyable. My overall rating placed this restaurant at #59 of the 66 restaurants I have eaten at in the area since February 2019 and barely made the bottom of the average scale. If I did not have the wings it would have been in the top 50% of my listings. Sorry but if you serve it, I must rate it. That is a lesson to be learned to never zing Wing Tut.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed June 18, 2019

We wanted to grab a quick bite to eat last night. We decided to try this restaurant since we have drove by numerous times. It was late but we were welcomed in by friendly staff and received service quickly. The restrooms were super clean as...was the rest of the place. Our food came out quickly and it was delicious. Subs were stuffed full of meat and very tasty. We will definitely be back.More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed March 19, 2019

I had the opportunity to drop in this past weekend with my wife. This place hasn't changed since it opened 30 years ago and has that small town, folksy feel with quality pizza and great sandwiches for a decent price. if you love Italian meats...get the Italian sub- you won't be disappointed. Did I mention they bake their own bread? Pizza is crisp and delicious with a sauce slightly on the sweeter side. That being said, there were a few hiccups. They charge for refills of soda and don't advertise that fact, so if you like refills, be careful. They also charge $2.25 per topping, so a pizza can get expensive pretty quickly. Budget around $20 for a pizza with a few toppings on it. Other than those things, we really enjoyed our time here. It's a staple of the community.More

Date of visit: March 2019
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Anile's Ristorante & Pizzeria is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4