Good food. Traditional old world Italian meal. Quiet upscale ambience. Excellent servic
We enjoyed our return to Rossini's. Food was as good as always and the service is so professional and accommodating.
Not sure we can return because it's now on the 2nd floor and way too many steep steps for the senior in our group.
This was our first time at this restaurant.
Our party of 4 was greeted well. Most of our party enjoyed the food however the meal was affected by very weak service especially as it was not very busy.
Water was not offered except when we asked and at least one person at the table had an empty glass, milk was not offered with tea and on one occasion we had to actually get up and find someone to get service after waiting for some time for someone to come by. It does not appear that this is usual based on other reviews however based on our experience we will not go back.
Food was presented very well and was tasty. Service was friendly and attentive.
Took mom and my brother there for mom's birthday. I understand that this place is a place with a table cloth and I can't expect massive portions but a bit more food for the dollar would be great. Not super expensive but I just expect more food when I pay that kind of cash for a meal for 3 people.
This is an excellent restaurant, and we'll certainly go back - the only thing we wouldn't order again would be the veal, which was dry, chewy and therefore disappointing, but the pastas and other things on the menu are just great.
Ive been to rossinis three times. And all visits with great service.On this occassion and the last, the food wasnt up to par with the price. My wife and i both had the chicken parmesian($25). Both were over cooked and dried out! Not worth the price and will not be returning!
Delicious dinner and wonderful service. We'll be back.
Have been to this restaurant a few times and have never been disappointed. Always friendly, service has always been attentive, food has always been exceptional.
Great service and great food! This is a forgotten gem in Avenue Road.
We had the restaurant to ourselves. Server was courteous and pleasant. Food was great. I would certainly recommend this place again. We had the mussels and grill squid for apps. And also had the fish/seafood soup and spaghetti and veal meat balls for our entrées. All 4 dishes were delicious.
Excellent service , good ambiance (mid-summer quiet season). My husband ordered the polenta and the Aso Buko - both of which were fantastic. I had a Capresi salad that was mediocre and grilled shrimps with hand rolled pasta. At first our waiter told me there were 5-6 shrimps in the entree. He later came back and apologized and corrected himself - there were 2 shrimps cut into small pieces. Overall, the dish was tasty but the value wasn't there.
We haven't been to Rossini for quite some time but used to be regular customers from the time my husband and I met in 1975. We celebrated our 38th wedding anniversary on this visit and were pleased to be complemented with glasses of Asti Spumante and a nice little dessert.
We would be happy to come again.
Nothing special, nothing terrible. Just...meh. For the price it was underwhelming. Used to go to Rossini back in the late 1980's and this was a return visit for nostalgia's sake. Wouldn't return again. Escargot was a let down. Carpaccio covered in sauce (if it's good carpaccio you let it shine, you don't bury it). Caprese was so-so. Bruschetta was solid. Veal Ravioli was decent, Salmon was not.
Restaurant is very outdated. The food was only so so. The decor needs updating.
This restaurant is a throwback to the past, rarely seen nowadays. White tablecloths, quiet atmosphere, northern Italian menu, without the frills. Everyone enjoyed their pasta, veal dishes. No surprises. Standard Italian fare done well. Nice service. For those who want a tried and true Italian meal.
A quaint upstairs restaurant with impeccable service and very nice food. A great spot for the neighborhood and for those who don't want to go downtown. Recommend the chef's suggestions***
Restaurant closes at 10pm on a Saturday night?!
Do not go to this restaurant, as there are many more in the area that are far better.
The menu is limited. We were not offered dessert and had to ask for tea and coffee.
We had been to this restaurant many times before, but have never had such a poor experience. We are hoping this was a one off.
I would recommend the antipasto and starters dishes such as bruschettas and grilled and fried calamari.
The pizzas are overall good, in particular the simple ones such as Margherita.
In terms of other main dishes, I would recommend the 'ossobuco with polenta', a great northern Italy specialty which is little known in Canada, but is delicious.