75 Thompson St, New York
Came to NYC for the first time in my life and visited the restaurant twice during my one week stay, almost enough said with this! As a serbian, i‘m used to eat quiet often dishes from the southern european cuisine, but the flavours they bring on here, just blew me away! Had a small talk with the staff, pretty friendly guys and with the small size of the restaurant, you get the feeling of a very welcoming atmosphere.
Love all the food! And great fast service! And finished with my favorite dessert pana cotta.
(They’re on Thompson street and not Spring!) Bright menus with buzzy/busy ambience. Came before the lunch crowd and food was served relatively quickly. Loved the fish and uni pasta.
BEST Italian restaurant in the neighborhood, great service and atmosphere. My go to!
Wow! This was a fantastic experience from start to finish. We had a reservation, and we were seated immediately. We chose to dine outside, and we are so glad we did. We started with the sardines appetizer. And then we split the green tagliatelle with wild boar ragu and black truffles. The service was amazing! The food was incredible. We will definitely eat here again.
Perfect little spot for authentic and unique Italian food. The pastas were all equally delicious and highly would recommend checking them out! Tagliatelle Verdi con Ragu di Cinghiale Aromatizzato aloe Erbe di Campagna e Tartufo ($20.50) // Super delicious and very unique in flavor. With wild boar ragu and black truffle, the flavors were gentle and savory, creating a one of a kind dish. Fusilloni di gragnano scampi, burrata, pomodorini e recula ($21.50) // A creamy tomato sauce with burrata and arugula served as the perfect refreshing dish. Can't go wrong with this one! Rigatoni con pesto di basilico e ragù di astice ($23.95) // This was arguably my favorite dish of the three. With creamy pesto sauce and a tasty lobster topping, I couldn't help but reach for this pasta the most.
Great food. Great service. Very friendly. Try the cannolis and the homemade pasta and burrata!
i am an exchange student from Italy, and i missed the italian food so much, i don’t miss it anymore because yesterday i had the most amazing experience in this ITALIAN restaurant. Employees are so nice, and after a while i had change to talk with someone in italian.i highly recommend the arancini catanese, as an appetizer and paccheri con ragù di polpo (if you like seafood) are absolutely fabulous.We drove two hours to go to this restaurant and i can say that i would drive those two hours every day.
This place was always on my list to try. Last weekend I was around that area and went in without reservation. It's not easy , I just got lucky that day. The place was so full. The restaurant is very small, loud and all tables filled. We got complimentary bread with herb infused olive oil to start with, bread was so fresh, soft and so good. I got their fusilloni with shrimp and buratta for mains, it was good. Also got their most popular vegetarian mains, maccheroni with eggplant and ricotta, it was delicious. Eggplant added such nice flavor to this dish. And their tiramisu is super creamy, so delicious! Definitely make a reservation.
Very cute small Italian restaurant. The seats were very tight and close together which was a little uncomfortable during covid. The employees were all very friendly which is hard to find in New York. There was many seafood pasta options but I got the Maccheroni Alla Norma Con Ricotta Salata. This was a very tasty al dente pasta. The sauce was very flavorful.
Needed something for lunch, this place looked good on Yelp. Went in and was seated quickly but on the road. This was a concern to me but it's all they had. So needless to say it was sit on the chair and table on the road or wait who knows how long until the next seat. The rating is mainly about the food. The pasta I had was amazing, it was a good portion of the lunch special. Where I think they dropped the ball was the menu & the service. The menu was hard to read and overwhelming & the server did not bring out the usual things they provide to anyone who eats there, water & the bread. Had to ask for it since I seen it at a different table. Overall it was a OK lunch.
Delicious, authentic and wonderful food. A little mini trip to Italy in Soho. The restaurant is popular with Italian expats and run by Italians. Ate outside in the open air. The fritto misto was AMAZING. Crispy mixed delights - calamari, zucchini and a large sardine. So good. The pasta is delicious and so filling.
The food is delicious. I love Italian food and this was beyond my expectations. The calamari and octopus both very fresh and generous and the pasta to die for. Generous food and lovely setting. The outdoor space is very nice. Look forward to coming back for many more meals. highly recommend
39$ per person. Food is a bit saltier than I expected. Great service. Had a wonderful Saturday afternoon here.
Pasta is the thing to get here however I think everyone is sleeping on the fish options - I got the Carpaccio trio and it was amazing. Also a big fan of the calamari. Prices here are super reasonable for the quality and portion sizes.
75 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012