Tigelleria Ristorante offers local, sustainable, organic ingredients in the perfect blend of modern and traditional Italian cuisine, with a twist of Venetian thrown in for good measure. Each menu item at this Campbell, California eatery is elevated to new heights through high-quality ingredients and unique techniques and presentations.
A unique offering at Tigelleria Ristorante is the charcuterie cutting boards. Choose a 10� or 14� size and then the combination of flavors that strikes your fancy best. Throughout the list, ingredients such as prosciutto di parma, mortadella, pancetta, prosciutto cotto, coppa, buffalo mozzarella and grilled vegetables make for the ideal starter to share. A very popular entr�e at Tigelleria Ristorante is the branzino in crosta � a whole sea bass baked in a flour and sea salt crust.
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Tue - Fri 12:00PM - 1:00PM
All around very pleasant experience, very unique decor kept me intrigued!
The food was excellent. We both had the baked salmon which was cooked to perfection. Crispy in the outside and moist on the inside. The salad that came with it was very tasty. The ambiance was very pleasant and the music endiable. The service was good. Overall a very pleasant experience.
Limited gluten free options. Charged same price for vegetarian dish even though salmon was not requested. Disappointing service and quite rude server who said he was also a chef.
Previously, one of our top 5 favorite places. Not after this visit. Something structurally different is there. Tigelleria was always more expensive than other places, especially in Campbell. But it was worth it. This time, as if someone implanted a new brigade of waiters from hell, totally mismatching the level and expectation for this kind of place. Just to convey our level of dissatisfaction, let me just say that I have not written a single restaurant review in years, if ever. But this time I had to. They need to get their act together.
One of our Campbell favorites. The bread at the beginning is different and delicious and uniquely presented. House cocktail was delicious. Our entrees were awesome. Most impressive was the hard working, Francesco. We ordered a bottle of Chianti. When tasting there was something wrong. Instead of Francesco saying it just needs to open up or breathe he said let me bring you a different bottle that you will enjoy. We will be back soon!
Unimpressive. Service was not as expected for a restaurant with such a high price point. Food wasn’t as expected either. We were really looking forward to this spot but were incredibly disappointed.
Just OK experience. I think they might have been overwhelmed for Valentine’s Day. Our waitress was excellent but I was disappointed by some of the dishes and how slow service was. Our best dishes were the black kale salad and the frozen whipped cream dessert. The Lobster raviolis and duck gnocchi dishes came to us cold. You could tell that the dishes had been sitting out waiting for the waitress to pick them up. Not something I would expect for more than $30 a dish. It was corrected but we had to wait another 10 minutes on top of all the wait we had endured that night thus far. Not sure i would come back.
We went there for Valentine's Day dinner, with reservation. We ordered appetizer, drinks and main menu in one go. Our kale salad came back with missing key ingredients(I only saw kale and some seeds in it, no mango). And then everyone else including folks who came way after us got their entrees before us! We must have waited for an hour and a half after seating for our entrees. And we had ordered generic vegetarian meals from the menu, so nothing that should have taken them so long. After waiting for a long time to catch the eye of our server, we finally flagged down another server. He took off our salad price from the final bill, and informed us our entrees would be coming soon. Our server came back with the entrees soon, but she didn't once apologize for the delay. The food was bland. The bad service ruined our special dinner, and we are not coming back here.
We have eaten here before they expanded. The food is quite good and the wine selection has some good Italian wines. It is small in both eating areas, but comfortable. You do need reservations. The happy hour drink prices are only if you sit at the bar. The bar has two stools but I think they may extend to an area next to the bar. The food and wine is on the expensive side but good value. cost value would be $$ in my opinion.
We will be eating here again.