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The place is bright and clean. Nice arts on the wall. Service was good. Unfortunately food was just ok. Great potential, chef just need some improvement. Tasted the octopus, spinach ravioli and spaghetti with clams.
Absolutely fresh and delicious arugula salad with possibly the world's best balsamic vinegar!
The pizza had tasty toppings: zucchini, prosciutto, basil and cheese, however parts of the dough were not cooked thoroughly and were gluey and pasty.
Marvelous friendly, prompt service; redecorated and spare interior,...More
There was live jazz music which made me go inside in the first place. I enjoyed my evening in a geat atmosphere. I had lambchops which were excellent, cannoli also very good and home made. Nice list of cocktails. I would definitely recommend it.
Our Airbnb host suggested this place for dinner and we are so glad we followed up. This was one of the nicest places we ate during our visit to nyc. My branzino with lemon was well prepared with a side of julienned squash and a...More
We wandered in here while waiting for our Airbnb host Great food the potato leek soup was excellent Lots of choices for vegan/vegetarians and a nice wine list The service was good too We will eat here again
This comfortable, friendly Italian with modern feel and taste is worth a visit even if you're not otherwise in Harlem. Fresh ingredients are thoughtfully and creatively prepared. Excellent espresso is a fine finishing touch.
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We had dinner at Settepani during the weekday. The tables are set far apart as opposed to the typical city configuration where you're on top of each other. I think we had a booth and that was helpful. The noise level was... More
We had dinner at Settepani during the weekday. The tables are set far apart as opposed to the typical city configuration where you're on top of each other. I think we had a booth and that was helpful. The noise level was low enough that my husband who has hearing issues was able to hear and talk comfortably. I have found that if you have an early enough dinner, at 6 or so, there's less noise.
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