Central Islip is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) within the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 34,450 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Central Islip
4.5 based on 206 reviews
I come here for a slice or two consistently. The Sicilian pizza is fantastic. The regular is good too, but I’m partial to Sicilian. Always fresh because they sell a lot of it. You can sit at a table or booth and eat, sometimes a welcome break in the day
Their dinner food is also tasty, however I have only had dinner there once, so I can’t really comment
4.5 based on 108 reviews
There is something for everyone with sizes from tiny tastes to enormous. We enjoyed a Pecan Coffee Cake and a Chocolate Log. Both were excellent and very fresh. Note that they are open late even on Sunday which can allow you to pick up an evening treat.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Pleasant surprise to find this great Argentinian parrilla restaurants, meat is tender and delicious, 5 star customer service.
We ordered the Mix Parrillada for 2, plenty of everything, I would say you easily fee 3 adults....I specially like the "Asado de tira" (short ribs) and the molleja (sweetbread), and you can't be the price.
Overall great restaurant and counting the days to go back
4.5 based on 451 reviews
Every time I go here they have interesting specials so I try to find something different to try each time. The quality of the food is consistently good. Long wait on weekends but worth the wait.
5 based on 13 reviews
Tony's is rated as best pizza place by the locals. They have so many specialty pies to choose from. You Have got to try the Taco Pizza!! Other pizzerias charge a lot more for slices like this
4 based on 66 reviews
We love going to Carrabba's Italian Grill. They have a great selection of food & beverages. The prices are reasonable and the food is so good. The managers are always around checking to see if everything is okay, the staff is knowledgeable and friendly.
4.5 based on 131 reviews
We went here for restaurant week, 28.95 three course dinners, and ended up ordering the Cheeseburgers when we saw them being served. Boy are we glad we did. They were the best burgers we have had in years. Served with curley fries, slaw and a pickle at 14.95 it was a bargain. This burger was a 10 ounce beauty cooked perfectly. We started with a cucumber martini, which I loved, and ended our meal with a promise to come back soon. Pretty place, great service and really good food....what good be better?
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Good business dinner with a large group. Enjoyed the Calamari, Rice balls, and Tossed salad prior to a pasta in meat sauce that was delicious. Next I enjoyed an excellent entree of Grilled Salmon with mixed vegetables. Desert followed with coffee and Tiramisu. Very good service overall, nice atmosphere and fresh well-prepared Italian food.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
On multiple occasions I've either been given the wrong carryout order or items were missing. The servers act as if you're doing them a favor coming to their establishment. The sushi is good, but not worth the attitude you get. My advice, go to Aji.
4 based on 10 reviews
I was staying at the Residence Inn nearby and the staff mentioned there was a sushi place close. The other restaurants in the same location were all chains so I opted for this. Love Sushi is newly opened and has take out as well as sit down. I was greeted promptly and seated at the sushi bar. Waitress quickly brought hot tea and discreetly waited nearby for my order. The sushi chefs listened intently. I started with the edamame which was served hot and nicely salted. Beans were fresh and crisp. I tried one of the specials called the A-Ok which was a bit unusual. It was fried oyster & cucumber with spicy king crab avocado on top drizzed with eel & Mango sauce. It was served on a beautiful platter with thinly sliced cucumbers and a flower on top of wasabi. There was also a candle made from thin daikon with an electric light that was decorated. Gorgeous presentation but more important it tasted great. Fish was fresh, rice chewy but not too much rice. 8 pieces that were a manageable size. I also had the Dancing Eel which was shrimp tempura with avocado, eel and eel sauce. Again, it was a lovely presentation on a large clear glass plant with thinly sliced cucumber and a cucumber tree. There was also a electric candle with a large ice flower. 8 pieces drizzled with eel sauce. Staff were very attentive with the sushi chef very happy that I liked the special. There is no liquor license yet but it is coming. Tables and booths available and well lit for single diners that want to read. There was a very extensive menu with sushi, bento and numerous other standards. Ample parking in the shopping area. Definitely worth a visit. I would have given it an excellent except the hot tea was very bland.
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