Reviews on Italian food in Bedminster, New Jersey, United States. Bedminster is a township in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 8,165, reflecting a decline of 137 (-1.7%) from the 8,302 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 1,216 (+17.2%) from the 7,086 counted in the 1990 Census.
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3 based on 17 reviews
I called in a pizza order, and remembered they had a deal for 1/2 off a meal. I questioned the kid on the phone about it, and he said yes, but it was pick up only. So, I ordered an eggplant parmesan. When I got there, the kids behind the counter charged me full price for the eggplant parm. I questioned him about it, and he said it was buy one, get the second half off. He never said that on the phone when I asked about the deal, or mentioned it when I ordered one eggplant parm. So, I ordered the second parm and waited for it. They just wanted to sell two parms that night. The kids thought it was funny, and laughed out loud about it. I heard the one say " I got another one". They lost me as a customer, and my friends will know how they jerk you around. I hope the $ 20 in sales was worth the $ 500+ in lost sales this year. I threw both parms out when I got home, I was so mad.
3 based on 18 reviews
We stopped in cold and hungry from an extended road trip and Italian was what we all finally agreed on. Frankly, we got very lucky. The NY style pizza was thin crusted and delicious, fresh ingredients, good marinara. Nonna would approve. We followed the lovely server Kathy's advice and got the capellini a la vodka - wow! Salads were crisp and fresh, portions are abundant, prices are reasonable. Glad we stopped in, you will be too.
4 based on 14 reviews
Nestled between the Chase Bank and the Trattoria Mediterranea.The friendly Spanish American Team will prepare and serve your personal choices.(toppings etc.) ........with a smile and a ' no problem ' attitude.Take your time and they will fix the food your way.Subs and pizza are mostly take out ....and no hot coffee out.. but.. you can BYOB
3 based on 18 reviews
While better then many in the area, having grown up in a town with several exceptional "Tomato Pie" pizza places I can not give it better then average overall, but they are better then average in the area.
4 based on 32 reviews
Cafe Sapori opened its doors on September 2017. With a distinguished selection of Italian dishes and the excellent service, the restaurant is continuously building a large base of happy customers.
For anyone who has read my reviews before, this will feel much mire negative than usual but I feel compelled to share my thoughts.We had a chance to go this restaurant in Peapack Gladstone when the restaurant we expected to go to was closed. This looked like it could be a charming place. When we walked in it was formally set with tablecloth and napkins and a smiling crew but it went downhill from there. While I enjoyed my salad as an first course, my Ã la carte main course of shrimp and mushrooms with pasta was lacking. It was lacking everythingâ¦ There were two shrimp and just a few tiny slivers of mushrooms, and when I say tiny slivers, I am being generous. For a luncheon main course, it was not inexpensive, and if they are only willing to serve 2 shrimp, they might as well take it off the menu. It should be causing them embarrassment!My guest had a prix fixe meal which came with dessert and coffee. They emphasized there was NO choice of dessert, just what they offered, AND, no, one could NOT substitute a cup of tea for the coffee.I surely wonât go back, and there are many more genteel restaurants nearby. Go to the others instead.
4 based on 61 reviews
We have been here a few times, although it in the last year. The bread seemed a little stale... or just dry. The highlight was manicotti, very acceptable. The linguininin clam sauce was fishy and the garlic bland. The chicken parmigiana was enjoyed by half the table, but there was a smoky back taste that was off putting to others. We spent a $1 for homemade pasta and it was very heavy. One member of our party ordered than lobster ravioli special. Against the homemade pasta was too heavy. The filling was a smallPrice of lobster surrounded by a large dollop of cheese. We wonât go back.
4 based on 130 reviews
Executive Chef Allan Philip Russo's highly acclaimed restaurant Sette resides in prestigious countryside Bernardsville, New Jersey. Nationally recognized as "One of the Top 100 Best Restaurants in the United States" by OpenTable, a status rating of "Excel
As the subject of my review states-- I see why this is the #1 restaurant (according to TripAdvisor) in Bernardsville. The service was excellent and I believe in part because the physical restaurant itself is rather small. Being in such an intimate atmosphere meant that the wait staff were very involved and expressed their attention to detail.In terms of food, it was also outstanding. I started with a creative take on a beet salad (picture attached)-- thinly sliced with capers, white onion, scallions, and I believe it was jicima slices on top. My main entree consisted of two sea bass filets over greens and topped with tomato, and pickled onions. Loved how quaint and how much of a hole in a wall it was (in downtown Bernardsville) -- it makes you feel the exclusivity. It must fill up fast for dinners!Can't wait to return!
4 based on 143 reviews
Don't let the size of this restaurant deter you from stopping. The meals and ambiance were great. Ate outside under the heat lamps and thoroughly enjoyed it. Be sure to try the Veal Azzurro and Tiramisu.
4 based on 117 reviews
Have eaten here seven or eight times. Food (Heavy Italian influence),is consistently very good, service is attentive. Two of my favorites are their homemade meat lasagna and their pork braciole, which is an occasional nightly special. Favorite desert is their homemade chocolate tartufo. Only reason I did not give it a 5 is that on weekends during prime time it can be somewhat noisy. Acoustics are not very good. Acoustics or now , food & service keep me going back.
4 based on 88 reviews
IL Monello brings expert technique and impeccable service to the authentic cuisine of the Abruzzo region of Italy. Voted the #1 restaurant in New Jersey in the Gazzette for 7 years, Il Monello offers the most authentic dishes and brings the taste of Italy
Visited Il Monello this week with friends. It was the first time there for all of us. We had a reservation, arrived on time & were immediately welcomed by chef/? Owner, Martino, who escorted us to our beautifully set table, where our friends were seated. He really makes you feel right at home & is very personable. On the table were small plates of spicy eggplant caponata, slices of Italian sausage & a basket of Italian breads, some toasted. They then shave a large, thin slice of Parmesan reggiano from the biggest cheese wheel Iâve ever seen! I had the chicken saltimboca special, which was excellent 7 served with accompanying quartet roasted potatoes, carrots & broccoli florets. My husband enjoyed a veal special & our friends ordered the branzino. We ordered cappuccino, tiramisu, which light & yummy & the ricotta cheesecake. Itâs a byob restaurant, which is great. Will definite return!
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