Fabulous food great waiters and great room. Will go back.
The food was very good, hot and fresh. Our group was if five and no one had anything to complain about. We all prise the from and service. First time there and would go back.
The meal was absolutely superb. It's restaurant week, and a quick girls hang out for dinner. We enjoyed every bit of the meal. Everything was seasoned well freshly prepared. We were satisfied and not overstuffed which I am vert happy about.The service was second to none, the entire staff is warm, friendly, and attentive. I will definitely be returning.
The restaurant was empty when we arrived at 12:15pm. Two more diners arrived. A lovely quiet lunch. My friend had onion soup to start and I had buffalo mozzarella which was delicious. Her main course was lemon salmon and mashed potatoes which she enjoyed and I had chicken with sausage and roasted potatoes which was nothing special but ok. A glass of pinot grigio was a bargain at $11. Desert was ricotta cheesecake and tiaramisu. Tiaramisu was the better choice. Tea and coffee were included on the restaurant week menu. The tables are very well spaced. Service was attentive, but I have no idea what it is like when it is full. We went for lunch on a Monday.
The portions were very small however the wine pours were generous. Appetizer size looked like a tapas size. Entree size looked like an appetizer size. Ironically pasta portions were small and chicken/sausage portion large. Not worth the $ due to size of plates and also the ac seemed not to be adequate or it was broken. Several people complained it was too hot.
Excellent food and service! The surf and turf was cooked to perfection. The wait staff was very attentive! Kudos to all!
Our waiter was wonderful!!
Wonderful dinner, excellent service by Marco
Nice neighborhood restaurant, fairly priced, great service, good food.
We were looked after excellently, and ate very well, at Nino's. Just slightly less pricey than some other Italians in Midtown West, the décor is slightly faded but it's casual and relaxed - just what we needed. We got the disappointing bit out of the way early - the wine list. Either they didn't have it, or when they did it wasn't the right temperature. In the end they served us Prosecco that was only chilled enough on the second glass. Oh, and the bread in the bread basket was stale - ugh. But after that, the evening hit all the right notes: the food above all. A beautifully cooked filet mignon, rare to perfection on the inside but just enough seared on the outside. Gnocchi with gorgonzola sauce were home-made. Even the fruit flambé was a bit of old-fashioned theatre that made the kids jump. It wasn't cheap, but other eateries in the neighborhood would have been more ruinous. And the service was cheerful and genuine. All in all very Italian and loads of fun.
This is casual Italian dining. Wines by the glass were very basic. Menu was average to below average. Food quality was good, although I found the veal scallopini to be a very small portion, but tasty. Pretty good burrata.
I ended up pay much more than I intended.
This is my go-to place whenever I have tickets to NY City Center.
The service is outstanding. Very attentive, but yet completely relaxed. They don't mind if you linger over tea or coffee, but they don't let empty plates or empty glasses linger.
I've tried many of their pasta and seafood dishes. All have been delicious. Their specials are always very nice. Their deserts are lovely. And the portions are perfect.
It's reliable and completely unpretentious. I always enjoy myself.
Good place for a dinner
My friend and I had a Living Social deal at Nino's Tuscan. It was a very good deal and included two appetizers, two main courses, one dessert, and a bottle of wine. We had the seafood salad and the meatballs as appetizers and shared both. We each ordered the filet mignon and lobster tail main course, and the waiter was willing to substitute broccoli for the mashed potatoes. For dessert, we picked the chocolate mousse, which was too sweet for our taste. The waiter was very generous and brought us two mousses, instead of the one that was included. We picked the Malbec wine, which went very well with our dinner.
I went Nino's on Feb. 10 2017 for luch with my friend and we ordered the lunch of Winter Restaurant Week. Probably because the price just $29 per person for 3 courses, the food weren't impressed at all. My friend had salmon and i ordered chicken as main dish but not really can say it's delicious. i had a few different restaurants during winter restaurant week but most of them were good... except with Nino's. i hope they will do better next time.🙄