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The beer ain't bad either...I had a New York steak salad that was plenty of food for a burly man! The staff was courteous and attentive and recommended we come back and try any of the paninis, which come with their own salad. I will...More
Date of visit: May 2019
Sean S, Manager at Toscana Cafe and Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your nice comments and we hope that you will enjoy your Panini as well.
We came hear by chance and ended up having an outstanding meal. We are all Italian and the Italian food here is very good, the service is attentive and the prices are reasonable. Great ambience as well. The pasta primavera was delicious. Even a simple...More
Date of visit: April 2019
Sean S, Owner at Toscana Cafe and Wine Bar, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you very much for your kind words. We are certainly trying to leave up to our name TOSCANA. I am very glad that you enjoyed your meals and had a great experience. Please come and see us again. "La Dolce Vita"
This place might be excellent for lunch and dinner, but for breakfast it is not.
I just wanted a simple breakfast of yougurt and granola and some coffee. It was not the quality that bothered me, but the price. They charge every little cup of...More
Good old school Italian cooking and a menu that offers something for everyone. We all loved the food, prices were reasonable and the service was outstanding. Would definately return here for another meal!
My wife and I have shied away from eating Italian anymore as it seems few places really do it justice. We ventured out to try Toscana and were completely blown away. The dining room is small but not cramped, and the staff were incredibly friendly...More
Our group of a dozen were accomodated about as well as could be expected in this relatively small and very busy restaurant. The waitstaff while "stretched" a bit at times did quickly attend to various requests once we could get their attention. It appeared that...More
Toscana Cafe is located in the Gas Lamp area, 5th Street. My pal had the Cheese Ravioli. I ordered Lasagna and we both ordered the Burrata Beet salad. My pal is married to the best Italian cook in Delaware, so he knows the real thing....More
This couldn't have been better -- from the ease of planning and responsiveness of the staff (especially Katya), to the fair pricing, to the interactions with Sean, the owner, to the arrangement of the table and ambiance, to the service, to the beautiful background music...More
We were walking around in the Gaslamp district and stumbled onto this restaurant. We decided to give it a try. The inside has great ambiance, dimly lit, cloth napkins, friendly hostess. Our waiter, Lucas, was nice. He did not tell us about any of the...More
When we walked in we were literally the only folks in the restaurant. The waiter was nice but we didn’t get any information on the specials (when we finished our meal and there was a table next to us he gave a whole speech to...More