Everything was very tasty and well presented. Fresh salad and bread. Good desserts and service. Nice atmosphere.
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First time there, food was really good. Had eggplant fingers as appetizer, really good. Entree was fantastic. But....we had to repeatedly ask for drink refills because the cups are tiny. We had to ask for a new pepper mill three times, due to them not...More
I took a chance and ordered the grouper with rosato...oh my goodness! I can even begin to describe how delicious this fish was! The fish was perfectly cooked and the rosato was so rich and smooth. Please don’t take this off the menu!
Started with the Tuna/Almond/Avacado Stack and it was terrific. But two of the entrees blew this item out. The Beef Brisket Gnocchi was as good as any I've ever tasted, and the Grouper Rafano was delicious! And the portions were plentiful. The 1/2 order of...More
This restaurant has good fresh authentic Italian food. The sauces with both main courses was home made and was very well balanced. We had the chicken marsala and pasta pommodoro. The zucchini appetizer comes with a great tomato dipping sauce. The prices are a little...More
Atmosphere OK, but servings were small. Food was just average. Servers not well informed and seeming to be hesitant or unable to answer simple questions. Prices overly, unrealistically high considering the quality of the food, and unprofessionalism/ignorance of the Wait Staff. Sorry to have wasted...More
We eat here on a regular basis and have many friends that come for the food and the bar. Have tried many things on the menu and never been disappointed. Their gluten free options are amazing. Best gluten free bread that we have found in...More
Thank you for the excellent review!
For $9 Ciao Bella offers a soup & salad. I ordered that along with an $8 Salmon which I thought would come on top of the salad. When it arrived the bowls were so small they could not put the salmon on it, instead they...More
Last time I found it much better, but this time neither of us thought our food was worth the price. My daughter had Chicken Boscaiola for $20, and it was so-so. I had Capellini Toscana for $16, which was angel hair, tomatoes, and olive oil...More