Sat.7/22/17 - This was our 16th Anniversary Dinner! We reserved on "Open Table", entered the restaurant on time, advised of our reservation and was told he didn't see our reservation. I requested a nice quiet table, we received a table next to a busy street window with blinding sun coming through. It started off with 2 Appetizers: Calamari which was perfectly cooked nice and tender and not rubbery or chewy which was lightly battered and flaky. Couldn't ask for it any better! We decided to go with another appetizer to try: Bruchetta - Served on rock hard toast, we asked the waiter if this is normally how they serve this, and we were told "yes, if we serve it on soft bread, it would become mushy". We never asked for soft bread, nor did we request a brick! The finely chopped tomatoes and baby basil was less than satisfactory since it left us begging for more basil which was rare to find. Overall rating: "2". (The over cooked toast killed it!) - Moving on, we both had the Veal Marsala and high expectations looking forward. - Ok! @ $26 per plate with zuchini & squash mainly and (3) small "pieces" of potatoe, this will leave you running for the door to get real veal marsala elsewhere! Perfectly cooked veal for both plates - nice and tender. Marsala sauce was nothing but a McCormick's Brown Gravy Sauce Packet - Terrible! (We are no beginners when it comes to Veal Marsala) Afterwards I ordered a cup of regular coffee and received a cup of heavily watered down coffee. My wife ordered Tiramisu @ $8.00 a Slice; Quantity was plenty, it looked delicious, when we both tasted it, it tasted flat with very little taste - bland, and the cookie wafer inside was just mushy. Our expectations were definately exceeded! Thank you for the night we won't forget! - Overall Rating "2".
2nd time we've visited and both times the dishes my wife & I had were great. It's very close to Swedish hospital, pretty upscale feel to the interior and food but more reasonable prices than similar places downtown or cherry creek. The owner was very cordial and wanted to make sure everyone was having a great experience at his restaurant. Would definitely recommend if your in the area & like Italian food.
We were on vacation , looking for a nice Italian restaurant. Great food and great service!
I'd not been to Undici since they opened so it was great to be back and to see that a local restaurant has been able to endure when so many are closing. The service was attentive and informed without being gratuitous. It was great to have a slow pace, we weren't rushed and didn't even place our entree orders till after the appetizers--very relaxing. There were four of us and we each had the "flight of wine" which was an affordable and nice way to try a few different offerings. Overall, a great evening.
Made my first trip to this establishment very memorable. I will definitely be coming back.
We enjoyed our anniversary dinner with Undici.
Nice wine list, lovely dishes and very pleasant staff.
this continues to be one of our go-to places. We love the great service and the way they make you feel at home. The food is consistently yummy they have a nice wine selection and it's just a real nice place. Do yourself a favor make a reservation
The food is salty. My friend's pasta was not cooked enough (too al dente)
What a pleasant surprise. We are selling our house and needed to get out for a showing. We are trying to eat at places we've never been to and Undici isn't far from our home. My husband and I shared a terrific bottle of Chianti. The house salad was amazingly fresh, so much so that it reminded us of the salads when we lived in Europe. I had the gnocchi- and my husband tried some of it too. I cannot say enough about how good it was. My husband is still talking about it. My husband had chicken Parmesan which he said was good but he wished he'd had the gnocchi.
Good food, nice atmosphere. Service was excellent. A touch pricey, but not out of line. I would dine there again.