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“Great Food In An Out of the Way Location”
Review of Tre dici - CLOSED

Tre dici
Price range: $31 - $50
Cuisines: Italian
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighborhood: Chelsea
Cross street: Between 6th and 7th Avenues
Transit: 1 train to 28th St. & 7th Ave. C/E trains to 23rd St. 8th Av. R train to 28th St. & Broadway F/V train to 23rd St. & 6th Av.
Reviewed January 9, 2014

Although Tre Dici advertises itself as an Italian steak restaurant, we found everything on the menu to be delightful (curiously, there were only two steak items). Appetizers we enjoyed were a tuna tartar (really small pieces of excellent sushi grade tuna with avocado and other ingredients) and a warm kale salad. Main courses were lamb chops with winter vegetables, dorado, steak (of course), and pumpkin filled ravioli. Every item was terrific. Desserts were great as well. The best was a light cheese cake (absolutely delicious). No complaints about service, which was attentive and friendly. The wine list was adequate, although a bit expensive.

Thank TJHESQ
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Reviewed December 31, 2013

Tre dici is a lovely little restaurant with a twist on the Italian classics. I had an amazing apple cider cocktail prior to sitting for dinner.

Thank Belinda S
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Reviewed December 9, 2013 via mobile

Three chicks from Texas love this place! We took a chance on this restaurant after arriving at our hotel after a very long flight that was diverted to Boston first.

I has the Kobi beef Ravi on brown butter sauce that was beyond awesome! One of my friends had the Chilean Sea Bass which was also awesome - I even had a taste of it and loved it. The third member of our group had a shrimp dish, Shrimp Scampi over cou cous and saffron that was also great!

We weren't thrilled with the dessert which was a ten layer crepe, but then maybe nothing could flow the divine meal we had!

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Thank retreatowner
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Reviewed December 7, 2013

We had dinner here with a group of friends after a Wednesday matinee at the Irish Rep, and were quite pleased with the choice. The menu includes a number of unique Italian dishes; I asked our waitress for help in narrowing my choices. She recommended the Tagliatelle Arribiata and it was one of the best pasta dishes I've ever eaten; red pepper tagliatelle with jumbo lump Maryland crab, shaved jalepeno, sliced scallion, oven roasted grape tomatoes, roasted garlic & EVOO. Three others had the Chilean Sea Bass over roasted cauliflower puree & topped with porcini, shitake & oyster mushroom crust finished with black truffle essence, and raved about it. There is a good selection of wines by the glass, as well as several luscious desserts. The only minus was the noise level, a common problem at most NYC restaurants.

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1  Thank JerseyShoreJohn
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Reviewed November 17, 2013

Fantastic pasta in a low key atmosphere. Relax and enjoy a great meal with a nice wine selection. Although we didn't try it, you can also choose from a nice steak menu

Thank Mrogers1
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