Terramia is an Italian restaurant in Boston that offers an exclusive eating experience. Always crowded with diners hoping to sample the adventurous Italian fare, this small restaurant is a great place to venture if you�re in the mood for something outside the usual lasagna or chicken parmesan. Terramia�s vibe is lively, a bit rustic and totally focused on the great food.
The menu is constantly changing to accommodate seasonal vegetables and fresh seafood options. Diners at Terramia can try open-faced ravioli, served with a lobster mascarpone sauce with scallops, shrimp and zucchini. There are plenty of vegan, gluten-free and kid-friendly options on the menu.
Fantastic food and wine. Vegan and Vegetarian friendly!
Awesome Italian- one of the best Italian restaurants I've been to. Have to get the bolognese here!
Got the three courses (All savory) for $40 menu, was great value. Was able to an array of things... The mushroom/truffle/goat cheese soup - so delicious; the bolognese- perfectly cooked homemade pasta; and chicken Marsala- delicious sauce. Only comment is that the caprese salad (on this menu) was nothing special. One piece of basil and just not much there. Could eat that soup for breakfast lunch and dinner though... And the staff was all very kind.
Great cozy spot....waiter was awesome...English fellow who was quick, fast, and confident.
Terramia is a lovely, cozy, quiet, authentic Italian restaurant that is great for an intimate date or two couples who want to visit. You can hear your conversation and your parties ' too. Great service, terrific pasta and meat and fish dishes. Loved the sample pasta dish. Great bread pudding and Tiramusu for dessert.
Excellent little spot in the North End. We started with the arancini balls and caprese salad for apps - very good! Everyone loved their dinners. I got spaghetti carbonara which was excellent - not heavy, nice light cream sauce. The place is loud and tables are close together but the food is good and service was fast.
This was our second visit to Terramia. It is a favorite spot in the North End of Boston. The food is out of this world delicious, the service is polite, informative, friendly, and very accommodating.
The atmosphere in this quaint restaurant is inviting, intimate, and romantic, but still good for business dinners. We celebrated our anniversary here, and will be back when we visit Boston again. Highly recommended.
Hard to pick thee spot in the North End, with so many good restaurants within feet of each other. But they had a chef tasting menu with items that I had planned to order anyway. Started with a rich mushroom soup, followed by light as air gnocchi, and ending with Pollo Marsala. The potatoes underneath were over cooked, but the sauce over the chicken helped that problem. I would have enjoyed more Marsala sauce and the chicken off the bone, but it was good, not fantastic. My tablemate ordered the bread pudding for dessert, good sauce, but the pudding lacked imagination .
Nothing but the best for the loved ones in my life . . .
Delicious. Had the $1 oysters and the Prix fix dinner for our anniversary date. Well paced, well portioned and delicious flavor. Only one waitress for the room so she was a little overworked but it didn't affect us at all! Awesome night.