Reviews on Italian food in South Yarmouth, Yarmouth, Massachusetts. South Yarmouth is an unincorporated village and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Yarmouth in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 11,092 at the 2010 census, the most of the three CDPs in Yarmouth.
Things to do in South Yarmouth
4 based on 934 reviews
At Albertoâs Ristorante, Cape Codâs first and most well known Italian restaurant, nothing makes us happier than bringing people together through the warmth, comfort, and flavor of authentic Northern Italian cuisine. With years of culinary experience, infl
The hardest thing about this dinner was choosing from the extensive menu. The restaurant was very busy and service was a little delayed. However, the waitress offered us a complimentary glass of wine as an apology for the delay. When it arrived the meal was very tasty and the portions were large. This made an excellent last meal on our trip to New England.The fact you chose to have your last meal during your trip to New England here sends us over the moon. We know that the busier we get, the longer the wait is for food, so it was our pleasure in offering that wine to you. Glad you got to experience a five-star dinner. Hope you make a return visit to the area soon.Safe travels,The Team at Alberto's Ristorante
4 based on 384 reviews
We been working our way through the menu though several visits...ceviche, paella, fried fish, whole fish, etc. This time tried the lomo saltado with garlic rice and really liked it. Tumi deserves the high rating.
4 based on 115 reviews
Takis Pizza is a small pizza joint and is located on Main Street (route 28) near the corner of Reindeer Lane. This restaurant offers pizzaâs, subs, calzones and sandwichâs and is open six days a week for lunch and dinner (itâs closed on Mondays). This restaurant has been open since 1983 and appears to be a favorite of year round residents. The restaurant is not large and there are only about 10 tables or so.I dined here on a Sunday evening in early September and thought my Pepperoni and mushroom pizza was mediocre. While the pizza was fresh and hot it was not very tasty. Prices were not too bad as a 1 topping large pizza was only about $13. The building is a little run down and the front door has multiple cracks in the door glass and has a lot of blue tape holding it together (it looks bad).Overall I was not impressed with Takis Pizza. I do not recommend it and will not go back on my next Cape Cod vacation.
4 based on 645 reviews
AS first time travellers to Hyannis, we chose this pizza restaurant on a whim because we wanted a fairly quick informal meal. We were very pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. We shared one of the specials - an heirloom tomato, burrata, garlic puree and red onion pizza. It came with a crispy crust and was really tasty. For dessert we chose another special - the local peach tart, with cinnamon crumble, pistachio creme anglaise and ginger gelato. This delicious dessert far exceeded many we had tried in more upmarket restaurants! We ate the food accompanied by a glass of wine at one of the outdoor tables in the warm night air found the whole experience very enjoyable.
4 based on 852 reviews
A wide variety of Italian favorites including Chicken Parmesan, Lasagna, Linguini and clam sauce and many more. In addition we also serve delicious hand tossed pizzas and we have a children's menu for those age 12 and under. We offer dine -in, take-out, c
We really wanted to like Di Parma because we're longtime diners at their Yarmouth House property. We liked the atmosphere. The service was fine. The food was good....and plentiful....and affordable. It was the leftovers reheated the next day that made us agree our first time at Di Parma would be our only time. With so many excellent restaurants on the Cape, no sense going back to a mediocre one. Even with reservations, we had to wait for 45-minutes, which we considered to be a bit excessive. Glad they're doing well. It is a good place for families with children.
4 based on 181 reviews
Every time we visit the Cape we make sure to stop in and have a delicious pizza. My daughter just got diagnosed with Celiac disease and she was so excited you had a gluten free pie. Staff was extremely accommodating both girls behind the counter were great. We will be dropping in again soon!
4 based on 75 reviews
Had a great-tasting, generously topped, very filling, large, thin crust Soppressata pizza for lunch on the last Monday in April with my best bud for food and fun. It came quickly, which was a good thing, and we ate it quickly, which was a necessary thing, as we had to get back to work. It cost $21 for 18 inchesâabout 8 cents per square inch; 14 wouldâve been 15âabout ten cents per square in; self-serve fountain drinks $1.75 each. We couldâve had two slices each of pizza from a wide selection for about $3.50 each slice but they wouldâve been reheated. Our Soppressata came HOT from the oven to our table. We SAW the bread dough being rolled out. CANâT get any better than that. Thank you, Sweet T.,âs.
4 based on 170 reviews
I ordered a small cheese pizza since the price was a few cents more than the four slices I was about to order. The place was pretty busy. There were balls of dough proofing which took up three full seating benches/tables. The pizza came out nice and hot! I love the plates and the presentation of flatware. Such a cute touch.
4 based on 260 reviews
I visited this restaurant a few times but this time, the food was especially good! An appetizer special of octopus over salad greens and diced tomatoes and olive was outstanding! The tri-colored salad was very good - arugula, endive and radicchio. My husband asked if the chef could cook for him octopus fra Diablo and he said yes while I had cavatelli with pest, asparagus, and pine nuts. The bread was also excellent and was served with olive oil and marinated eggplant slices.
4 based on 408 reviews
Classic and creative Italian fare with unrivaled flavor.
We live nearby and have not been here in a few years. I donât think the dood is worthy of the reviews. First, the service was excellent. Th Caesarâs salad has mostly dark green Romain and was not crispy. The Marsala veal was very heavy with too much cream and cheese. It was very filing. This was unlike any veal Marsala Iâve ever had.
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