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Café D'Angelo is an Italian American fusion restaurant that features a B.Y.O.B. option. Start off with an appetizer such as the fried calamari, a creamy crab dip or apple butter flat bread. Move on to a salad filled with cantaloupe, prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, baby spinach and balsamic vinaigrette, or a salad consisting of roasted pear, goat cheese, raisins, walnuts over arugula and a pear vinaigrette. Café D'Angelo serves entrées that include crab cakes, classic lasagna, pomegranate glazed salmon and Maine lobster ravioli. Radio Voice Italia broadcasts live from Café D'Angelo the first Wednesday of every month. Reservations are not required but are suggested, especially on nights with entertainment, and can be made online.
chicken parm was thick and tough. I am Italian and used to cutlets thin and tender - chicken and veal.
Veal parm is not available at this restaurant.
I was really excited to visit Cafe D'Angelo. I have to say that I was not impressed. I met two friends, and before our party was complete that waiter was trying to give us the specials. Once our party was complete, he asked to take our order about 5 times before we were ready hovering about the table. The place was completely empty but 2 other tables, so it wasn't like they needed the table fast. The food was so so... When we ordered a dessert to share he practically rolled his eyes, then tried to take the dessert multiple times before we were finished. We paid him, and he came by the table taking a fork, then a glass, then the pen, pushing us to leave. It was 8:45 when we left on a Friday night. I waited tables all through college and know it's tough when it is slow. But our waiter was nothing short of rude and unwelcoming. I wouldn't go back. And I won't recommend it to anyone.
We loved the service and food. Place was clean, food yummy and well priced, and a great selection.
come and be surprised..........lemon pie was to die for.
It took 55 minutes for us to get served our appetizer. The waiter did not check on us prior to serving the appetizer. I ordered the sirloin medium rare and it was over cooked. The meat was not a good quality.
Was not prepared for the live airing of Radio Voice Italia. While the music was enjoyable the volume made conversation difficult---maybe it was the result of no sound absorption because of the exposed brick walls---- but a good DJ/host would have taken that into consideration.
Though at the time we arrived, it was a light crowd, service was painfully slow; water refills were few and far between, the waitress continually made excuses about the delays ----a new cook, having to train a new waiter, etc. While much of this is understandable, it was apparent that the kitchen was confused and disorganized at best. Add to this a person who was waiting for a large take-out order and constantly pacing through this small dining room, not conducive to a fine dining experience. We were there for about three hours but the wit staff appeared to congregate at the hostess station for socializing. We asked for an ice bucket for the wine, it never appeared. My daughter asked to take her uneaten portion home, and although the waitress kept saying it would be out in a minute, after hearing this 3x, we left without waiting any longer it. First time we were disappointed in what we had begun to consider a real neighborhood gem turned out to be still very much in the rough. Supervision and organization is the key to success---and that door remained unlocked this visit.
My wife and I had dinner here for our anniversary. Since it was a Wednesday night, it was not very busy. I made reservations, but definitely did not need them as there was only one other couple in there when we walked in. Regardless of the amount of people, our server was very courteous. The food came out very quickly, both appetizer an main courses. We had the calamari as an appetizer. It was well made and not extremely chewy, like I've had at other places. I would recommend that. For a main course my wife had the crab cakes , which she said was very good. I had the chicken and shrimp. That, too, was very good and I would recommend. Also, the portions were fairly generous. My wife and I both took leftovers home
with us. Overall, it was a very good experience and I would definitely recommend going here.
Over priced and tasteless offerings. It was a struggle to give cafe D'angelo one star.
Great BYOB, very nice atmosphere and food was excellent, portions a bit on the small size (which was ok with the ladies, guys would have liked a little more on their plates) Appetizers were delicious, we had the calamari, shrimp scampi dip (YUM) and the eggplant special appetizer - served with crusty bread.
Only complaint was the Entree Veal Sorrentina - veal medallions with thinly sliced eggplant, prosciutto and mozzarella. Entree only contained one very small veal medallion and the a lot of eggplant. Very good, but would have preferred more veal
Would definitely go back.
Our server Never told us the specials. After we placed our order she returned to tell us that Both of our entrees were unavailable that evening yet they were on the menu. We ordered once again and our entrees were very very bland at this point I thought we were being punished we never received bread. She did ask if our meal was ok as she seen that we ate very little. She was new and had no clue.
Once again we weren't disappointed in Cafe D'Angelo. The food was well prepared, nice selection of entrees, appetizers and dessert. Our server, Susan, was very helpful describing our choices and was a very attentive server. I'd recommend Cafe D'Angelo it is a great neighborhood restaurant!
A great date-night dinner. The food was very tasty and prepared perfectly – just the right amount. Would I bring the kids - not for dinner - might spoil the mood or atmostphere.
Service was attentive/friendly/accommodating! The decor was very pleasant on the eyes (wouldn't change a thing). Only missing element - no varity of a pasta selections.
Had a wonderful dinner at Cafe D'Angelo on Saturday evening. Experience was outstanding from start to finish. Service from Mike, our server, was impeccable. The food was delicious. We will be back and have shared our experience with others. Great neighborhood find!
Decided to try this after reading reviews on another site. Pleasant evening and being a BYOB is a plus. Just be aware that that you do not receive any Open Table dining points for booking through Open Table. That should change.
Located in Havertown, this is a nice neighborhood restaurant with traditional Italian dishes being offered. The food is ample, and the service OK. It is BYOB, giving an added plus. They do serve a number of pasta dishes, but they are slightly obscured in the menu listings..
variety of choices from full sized entrees ans small plates to even a few sandwich selections. Has something for everyone. Also very nice daily specials. Apps where excellent and the entrees will bring you back
Service was great from arrival to departure. All courses were served promptly and at a good temperature---it was obvious that each course ws freshly prepared and hadn't spent time under a warming lamp. All was extremely well seasoned without an overabundance of salt or too much of herbs and spices---very balanced and pleasing to the palate.
Great little neighborhood treasure!!!
We received a Christmas certificate and have been pushing off going here for awhile. We decided to go and enjoyed everything. Our waitress was adorable and played along to my ribbing. We met the owner and thanked him for the service of the waitress and food quality. Everything was very good.
My wife and I enjoyed a delicious salmon dinner which was grilled and topped with a
creamy orange sauce that was delicious. I have had salmon with different sauces and
toppings at many restaurants, but this had to be the best we had ever tasted. Accompanying
the salmon was sauteed spinach and tips of asparagus with garlic and oil which was very
tasty also. Wild rice was the other side and that too was very good. I would be remiss if
I did not mention that the bread at the beginning of the meal was so good and hearty and
they had one dish with oil and vinegar and spices and red peppers (sweet) in a breadcrumb
mixture that we devoured. So, to say the least we left very happy. Also, I must comment too
that the service by our waitress was excellent and everyone else working there were pleasant
We were fortunate enough to get a last minute reservation for 4 here... It's right around the corner. Pre fixed menu that evening- odd options so hard to choose main course. Duck was grateful for sweet potatoes as an accompaniment ....no complaints about the flat iron steak with crab cake. Whole fish wasn't deboned therefore a mouthful of bones made it unpleasant to eat. Apps and dessert were good. Busboy that night was very attentive to customers needs as well as being friendly. Overall it suited the purpose so can't be disappointed!
We made a reservation and they were running behind about 15-20 minutes late. But we got a very nice table - it was our anniversary. Food was good, but too much lag time between appetizers and entrees. Nice atmosphere. Be prepared - No wait area in restaurant.
The food was mediocre at best. The calamari appetizer was advertised as "puttanesca style". When it arrived, there were perhaps a dozen small rings of calamari SWIMMING in 2 cups of sauce with at least half a can of olives. It would have been better labeled as tomato-olive soup. I ordered the seafood scampi for the main, and while most of it was indeed fair, the mussels that came in it were distinctly overcooked and had a very strong "off" fishy flavor, which I would not have eaten even if I were not pregnant. My fellow diners' reviews were of the "meh" variety. I really wanted to like this place as it is a small local establishment, and we need more of these in Havertown, but the food was just not up to par. Too bad.
Kind of restaurant every neighborhood needs. Not fine dining, but good, solid food.
food was not special. We had calamari, bruschetta but that was more bread than topping, lamb bolognese, seafood with linguine, and a steak special. ho hum.
Cafe D'Angelo offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (610) 449-2690.
Cafe D'Angelo is rated 3.8 stars by 24 OpenTable diners.