The food was very expensive for the portion sizes. Kids meals were little to no food at all. Half a glass of wine for $11 is highway robbery. The service was terrible and the food came out so slow. Would not return to this restaurant.
Great food: beer salad, chopped salad, and pizza.
Happy hour at Tutta Bella was fun. Bargain pricing on small pizzas and wine, good service and luschious salted caramel gelato.
Slow service, out of lasagna lunch, very noisy and difficult to carry on a conversation. Food was good.
Food was amazing. Bruschetta to die for!
Very pleasant sitting on the Terrace. Seasonal special was perfect. Wait person was knowledgeable, curious, patient beyond the call of duty over a bizarre drink order, and properly attentive not wanting to be our best friend.
Sun, patio, dinner ... good food, nice bottle of vino... wait staff spot on. One of our regular spots.
Awful service. Food was pretty good however the meal that I ordered was a pasta dish I was unfamiliar with. I asked the server and she said it was a spicy sauce. I asked if it had meat (I just wasn't in the mood for meat) and she said no meat. Got the $15 dish only to find little pieces of cured meat cut up in the sauce. The server apologized however the only compensation I got was a comped gelato (whooping $3.50 dessert)... not to mention this restaurant has done away with "optional" tips and now has a 20% service fee included. We had to ASK for water refills several times. I would have pushed for more compensation or asked for another meal but I was dining with my family including my over tired almost 3 year old so was not in the mood to deal with that at the same time. Overall not a great experience and WAY overpriced for what we got including the service which was not worth 20%.
Was surprised by the 20% service fee but once I understood it was total and staff got it, I was cool with it. Similar to Europe, Australia where the bill is the bill, no tip calculation required.
This was a terrible experience. My boss took me out for lunch and as soon as we got there, it was in complete disarray. We sat at our far away table for so long and when the waiter eventually came around, he didn't ask us if we wanted anything to drink, he did not give us his name, and didn’t ask if we wanted appetizers. He just jumped right into having us order entrees. When we got the food, mine literally looked like the "cook" poured beef stew over noodles and called it lunch. Not sure if he was trying to go for al dente noodles but they were definitely under-cooked. It was so unappealing and tasteless that I didn't finish it or ask for a box. The waiter, of course, ignored this and went on his marry way.
At this point in lunch, which was about an hour and 15 minutes, my boss felt bad that I didn’t like my meal and she tired to order dessert. Our waiter hadn’t shown his face to us during the meal except to ask us one time if we wanted additional water. My boss had to grab someone else.
Finally, after dessert, we sat there, completely ignored, while we were waiting for our check. I awkwardly tried to get our waiters attention while we was talking to another member of the staff but no luck. So I got up and told him “Hi, we would like our check because you have been completely ignoring us.” What was funny was the fact that HE didn’t bring us the check, they guy he was talking to did.
During this entire experience, a giant party showed up behind us. They didn't have enough tables or chairs for them all so, instead of asking my boss to politely move, the staff tried to force a table behind her, and didn't once acknowledge the fact that they hit her with said table.
Such a pathetic excuse for a restaurant.
The fact that we couldn’t retract the 20% (pretty sure the minimum is 15%) tip is ridiculous. I understand the purpose but if someone didn't earn it, they should not be rewarded. The entire experience was atrocious.