Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in Somerdale, New Jersey, United States. Somerdale is a borough in Camden County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 5,151, reflecting a decline of 41 (-0.8%) from the 5,192 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 248 (-4.6%) from the 5,440 counted in the 1990 Census.
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The Warwick Tavern has come a long way! New owners and chefs have revived the tavern and it's menu! The food is delish! The coconut shrimp (all homemade) are wonderfully plump and fresh! From bar food to real gourmet, you can find it here! Yum!
4 based on 119 reviews
We are a small, BYOB, Dinner-Only establishment run by a family of four women (Mom & Three Sisters), and our amazing employees who we consider family. Please join us and let us proudly serve you our thin-crust tomato pies, fresh salads and homemade desser
Not from area but tried their plain pie and sausage pie! It was absolutely the bEST!!! The servers and lady behind counter was super friendly!!!! The lady even offered to open the door and car door for me cuz I was carrying a large pizza box!!!! I will definitely drive back here for the pie again.
4 based on 12 reviews
Back in the day when this restaurant was Viana's we were regulars, both as a couple and with family. With Mirabella's, we have been a couple of times, but we haven't found it to be anything particularly special.On our most recent visit, when our wine glasses were brought to the table, they were two different sizes. A small thing, but it shows that someone is not paying attention. We were seated in one of the booths that have been added to the main dining room. The booth was comfortable, but it rather overwhelmed the dining room.The entrees come with soup or salad. We chose the minestrone soup and the cream of mushroom soup. Both suffered from lack of seasoning. The same could be said for our appetizer of mussels with red sauce. The mussels themselves were small, and the red sauce completely lacked flavor. Where was the garlic?? The warm rolls served with oil were absolutely delicious!We both went with salmon for our entrees. It could be prepared two ways, baked or grilled. I ordered grilled and my husband chose baked...both came out grilled when the restaurant really was not busy. The accompanying vegetables were absolutely delicious--seasoned very well. My husband's mashed potatoes were also fine with the seasoning.There is nothing very special about Mirabella's, and for what you get, it's a bit pricey. We are not likely to go back with so many other local options.
4 based on 52 reviews
The current generation of Passariello's got started in the food business over 25 years ago when Pasquale Passariello began his first food service job, working in an Italian cargo ship kitchen. Born and raised in Naples, Italy, Pasquale had a deep desire t
This is not gourmet dining. You get a charge cards and order your fast food and wait for it. There are different sections - Italian dinners, pizza, salads and desserts. It is a fun place to take the family because it's different from other restaurants and for the price the food iasty and the portions generous. Most dinners are chicken based (Roasted, Marasala, Cacciatore, Franchese & More) or egglplant (parmigiana, rollatin) with a seaood section (shrimps, mussels, clams, flounder, etc). There also are baked pasta dishes, stomboli, calzones, hoagies, cheesestaeaks and more. . Dinner prices are around $13 +/-, beverages are $2. , desserts, $5=\-, There's a kid's menu. There are three restaurant i Moorestown, Voorhees and in the works, Haddonfield.
My favorite thing on the menu here is the sicilian pizza, but I'd also recommend the cheesesteak stromboli and the garlic knots.
Formerly Pizza Pronto Cafe, Lorenzo's Trattoria Italiana & Pizzeria is a family-run restaurant, serving authentic southern Italian cuisine.
Formally Pizza Pronto - I've been eating here for 30 years and never thought of reviewing it because it's always just felt like home. It has always been my "Go To" place, so it's time to share it. Great food quality in an unpretentious atmosphere of a family style restaurant. Wonderful fresh house made Spaghetti, Manicotti, Lasagna, Smoked Mozzerella Ravioli and all the pastas and sauces you would expect. Exceptional mussels and homemade soups. Excellent Pizza and sandwiches made to order. Lorenzo and his brother Vito operated the business as Pizza Pronto until Vito went into partial retirement, then Lorenzo put his name to the restaurant, updated the decor and continued the tradition. Go, eat and enjoy - you'll keep going back. BYOB. ( With a little luck, you'll go on a night when Vito makes Seafood Chowder :-)
4 based on 14 reviews
This is one my wife's favorite restaurants.You truely get a full meal here. You get soup salad and bread and your main course. As the owner Vinnie sais "he gives you good ingredients.This is a BYOB and they welcome you to bring your wine and beer but owner does have strict rules about brinigng in non-alcoholic beverages. The owner is tough man but he is really a nice man when talk to him. This is the best Itlaian BYOB in Camden County.Nothing generic or pre-prepared here. Give it a try its been here lots of years so it must be good.My 1st visit was in 2001.Keep up the good work.
4 based on 201 reviews
Our team provides comfortable old world atmosphere with an emphasis on quality and style, with special attention to preferences. Il Villaggio also has customized menu options and private rooms; Fountain Room, Spring Room and Chefs Table to accommodate all
We took my sister out for her birthday and I had heard that Il Villaggio was a really good restaurant. The restaurant exceeded all of our expectations! The ambiance was so nice, elegant but comfy. All of the wait staff were so friendly and helpful. The food was phenomenal. There wasn't one thing that was 'iffy' or bad. I highly suggest going there for a meal or you can even have events there, like weddings or showers. Do yourself a favor and get there as soon as you can! You won't regret it!
4 based on 205 reviews
Cannot recommend.The flatbreads had mushy tomato spread and not enough cheese. The Salads were soggy. My friend dents hers back.One item that was unique was the eggplant Parmesan which was crispy on the outside and delicious. But, the portion sizes were small, despite ordering g for 2.Service is good, decor is pleasant and they do have music I believe one night a week.... but the food could be better.
4 based on 110 reviews
Fienis has been around forever (1996? I think).. and we hadnât gone in a long time..,Years. So many newer restaurants etc. but we went last Saturday night and realized why itâs still so popular. (It was packed btw.. even with reservation we waited 35 minutes, host apologized numerous times). Worth the wait. Just well prepared food, generous portions. One of the better Italian meals Iâve had in a long time. My suggestion... GO
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