Waitress was vey slow and food came out slow too. Asked manager for receipt and he told us to wait for waitress to get it for us, which took 5 min even though reataurant was half empty.
Very enjoyable meal and a nice quiet atmosphere.
Our third visit
A group of 4 of went to Tivolis $30 Dine Out which was great value. Often Dine Out meals are tiny, but all 3 courses were full size with plenty of tasty food. First time I was there for dinner, but I'd definitely go again.
They called me 10 days before my Christmas Eve reservation to cancel said reservation... Leaving me no time to make alternate arrangements. Ridiculous.
This review is tough. The food was good but we waited a long time to be seated and it seemed like our server didn't have time for us. She had to come back to verify one of our meals, and it was good she did because in the end, both meals were very good.
The restaurant was modern and bright but because of the location in the hotel, parking required front desk validation and the desk was busy.
The restaurant is empty at 7:30 and we were the only table. Hotel guests entered the pool from the restaurant and u can hear the door open/close and people from the pool too. In addition, they told u 15% tips will be added to your bill it doesn't matter how many people are dinning. The food is average if I paid this kind of price other Italian restaurant taste better .
Great food and great friendly service.
Service on this night however was very slow. Apparently an employee called in sick. While we understand, they should have a backup plan for this.
My husband and I went there for dinner with a Groupon. I bought the Groupon for $55 which consists of two appies, two entrees, & one dessert. Tivolis has a $21 three course deal thats effective everyday.. if you want to try Tivolis' - go without Groupon. Anyways, the food is good (not that big of a selection which makes it fairly easy to choose), the atmosphere is nice (even though there were lots of kids playing in the pool outside, my hubby and I were still able to converstate w/o needing to scream) - that's a plus, the service was great (very nice & friendly). The only bad thing was the mandatory 20% (or whatever it is) tip that apparently is applied when using Groupon.
Very average food. Paso Bucco was quite tough, as well as the lamb shank. Actually the 2 dishes taste about the same really, they added the same meat sauce. Entrees were quite underwhelming. To be fair, butter garlic prawns and turtle molten cake that we had were good.
The waitress told us that we had a mandatory 15% gratuity that would be added onto our bill and it would be based on the total food cost not the Groupon amount. There was nothing mentioned on the Groupon about this and we would not have chosen this place had the Groupon stated that the gratuity would be based on the full amount. I don't agree that the server should tell us how much we should be tipping when it is a family going out to eat on a Groupon. That alone left a bad taste in my mouth and although the food was good the ambiance was very lackluster and hardly anybody eating there