Visiting Atlanta from Ireland, and called to La Tagliatella from the kerb appeal alone.
There are a number of other restaurants in the immediate area, but this looked very appealing.
The restaurant is, we learned, just opened in December 2012, and had its decor imported from Morrocco, Spain and Italy. We learned this from, I'm guessing, the owner, who made time to welcome every diner.
The fare is typically Italian. Our Waitress, Jasmyn, was very helpful. She explained that the portions were quite large, and good for sharing, helped us choose our food. She explained about the pasta/sauce combinations, and that she would assist if needed.
We choose carpaccio of beef as an appetiser, and it was served with parmasean shavings. Delicious!
We then shared a risotto and a salad. Despite both being extremely hungry, we struggled to finish. We noticed that many other diners took their leftovers home.
In short, this meal was great value. In short, if visiting Atlanta again, I'd definitely revisit La Tagliatella.
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