Dear Sfoglia Friends,
Please join us for a $125 per person prix fixe menu, including a prosecco toast and dessert wine. (no regular menu served)
All reservations made requires a valid email and are subjected to a 72 hour cancellation policy. Grazie!
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Elegant and rustic...bar area cozy and lively...efficient staff ...chicken under a brick perfectly prepared but not told it was finished with spicy red pepper flakes Owner amazingly solicitous and apologetic. Remade entire entree for another diner. Impressive!!
It’s just so good every time! Service amazing and friendly and knowledgeable about wines by glass and have Never had a bad meal here!!
Can split salad.
Yum yum yum
The food and service were both exceptional. This is Italian food at it's very best!
An outstanding Italian cuisine and ambiance on the UES.
The food was great, the service was perhaps the best we have had, the place is cozy, we really enjoyed it, and the apple dessert, oh my God! Excellent experience overall.
Imaginative food and attentive service. Love coming here.
Sfoglia is one of the most wonderful restaurants in NYC. The chef is amazing! Her dishes are creative, delicious and wonderfully presented. The anti-pasta special is a must-have, as is the chicken. The wines by the class are always nothing short of phenomenal! And the owner is a true host.
Great ambiance - good food and service! Fun-special
A lovely evening - great time - enjoyable and fun for all!!
Sfoglia is a casual, comfortable place for dinner before a concert at the 92nd Street Y. The food is good, the service prompt, professional, and welcoming. It's a bit on the expensive side for what it is, but we had a lovely dinner there before a concert. The half-portion pastas are a great idea. My wild mushroom sauce on shell-shaped pasta was especially good. It was a very cold, snowy evening, so the warm reception was appreciated.
Our second visit to Sfoglia and once again, we don't get it. The people are nice, the room is fine, but the food very uneven at best. The antipasti and cured meats were nice, but the chef forgot to put endives in the endive salad. The fresh pasta was good, light and well-cooked, but the bolognese was flat--it needed a bit more seasoning to bring it to life. The broccoli soup was, sadly, inedible and was left mostly uneaten. I love chicken under a brick, which is what I probably should have ordered, but wanted to try something else. My mistake. I do not think we will return.