Reviews on Italian food in Bryan, Texas, United States. Bryan is a city in Brazos County, Texas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 76,201. As of May 2017, the estimated population was 84,637. It is the county seat of Brazos County and is located in the heart of the Brazos Valley (southeast Central Texas). It borders the city of College Station, which lies to its south. Together they are referred to as the Bryan–College Station metropolitan area, which has a population of more than 250,000.
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4 based on 21 reviews
VILLA ROMA ITALIAN RISTORANTE Benvenuto! Be our guest and experience remarkable table service and delectable cuisine served in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Our authentic dishes are handcrafted with passion and infused with robust Italian flavors. Our
My wife and I have been twice and I can only say it is more than worthy of the 5 star rating. Impeccable service, Pablo is the best and you can feel his love for the business. The appetizers, entrees salads and deserts are all fresh, crisp and amazing.. it's a bit hard to find but don't miss the chance. Definitely has become our go to place. It's nice to avoid the chain restaurants and have a meal that you feel was prepared just for you. And honestly they go out of their way to do just that.
4 based on 449 reviews
Our menu feels familiar without being common, offering delicious flavors and variety at a great value. We focus on doing things consistently and exceptionally well. We make our own tender mozzarella and hand cut our steaks and fish. Our pizza is hand-toss
My family had lunch here - friendly, courteous staff; healthy, interesting menu.We had eaten here a couple of times over the years and had been pleasantly surprised.This time - flavorless dressing with the tuna/avocado salad, grilled lamb chops/asparagus - emphasis on the char. A slightly soggy Margherita pizza, a bland hummus appetizer I would probably not go back.David, we are so sorry to hear about your negative experience with us. We pride ourselves on quality eats and service, so we are sad to hear that only provided half of that this time around. Our College Station team would love to have you out for a meal on the house. Please feel free to contact me at your soonest convenience so that I can arrange this for you. We hope you will give us another chance and look forward to talking more soon! - Christina Boudreaux, Marketing Manager, [email protected]
4 based on 65 reviews
I have been to this restaurant several times. The food keeps me going back. The service leaves a lot to be desired. On this trip the service had to be the absolute worst I've ever experienced anywhere in my life. They had one waitress...before you wonder, they were not busy at all, and she could not multi task. Our salads came after our pizza. Her excuse was the lady in the kitchen had to make some soup...and that was the first apology. For every time she was late to the table to check on us or bring something we requested, she had an excuse as to why it took so long. There was another lady in there that used to be a waitress. She just stood there and never helped. I'm not sure what her title is now but I'd go with worthless to start with. It's good food, but that old man that owns it has NO IDEA WHAT CUSTOMRER SERVICE REALLY IS. But I guess that's how it works...if you have a good product you don't have to treat the customer well.
4 based on 57 reviews
Brothers, Adriano & Pino, former co-owners of: PINO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT, in Houston Texas, along with their families, have been serving authentic Italian food since 1960. Adriano and Vancene Farinola are happy to share their family tradition with Bryan/C
First time visit to this Italian restaurant. Based on the experience, it will be the last. The lunch special was supposed to be beef cannelloni. Eggplant parmesan was also ordered. When the cannelloni was served, the first comment was "really flavorful sauce" soon followed by, "where's the beef? There's no meat in this." Since the beef cannelloni is one of their signature dishes, we wondered if the wrong dish had been served. The waiter came over, looked at the dish and commented that it had spinach in it. He left, and returned to say the owner would comp the dish.Meanwhile, the eggplant parmesan was very good, and especially hot from the oven. The owner came over and explained that the cannelloni was not a beef dish, like steak, (we certainly didn't expect steak) and the "dark pieces" were beef. Since the dark pieces were very dark green and limp, it had to be spinach. We didn't expect a free meal, but a simple apology would have been nice. We had arrived at 1:30. They serve lunch until 2:00. So perhaps they had run out of the beef cannelloni and served one filled with spinach. We definitely won't be returning.
4 based on 100 reviews
Great food and excellent service! I had the spaghetti and my wife had the eggplant Parmigiana which was really good. The waitress kept our tea glasses filled and made sure we were taken care of. Their olive oil was excellent!Thank you so much for the kind words and taking the time to write this review. I appreciate the compliments and those two are my top 'comfort' food plates. And we are glad you noticed our service attentiveness as well.
4 based on 114 reviews
We were a party of 12 and, through pre-planning, had the benefit of being placed in the private dining room of Amico Nave. As usual, as we have come to expect, the food was delicious - the salads were fresh and the temperature and the presentation of the entrees were perfect. What was truly outstanding was our server, who was friendly, attentive, and an excellent ambassador for Amico Nave. This was a great dining experience.
4 based on 53 reviews
... however slightly under seasoned.No big deal, because this can be easily mitigated with some salt. Service was attentive, the food â as mentioned â quite good. The place is inviting and definitely worth a visit. Note that there are only limited vegetarian options.
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