Came here for a company holiday dinner and ordered the seafood fettuccine, paired it with riesling and topped off with tiramisu for dessert.Food was okay, wasn't as great as I expected it to be....
About this place
Price$30 and under
- Mon: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Tue: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Wed: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Thu: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Fri: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Sat: 3:30pm-10:45pm
- Sun: 3:30pm-10:45pm
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Good! Do I sound surprised? I was, pleasantly. This place has been around for 3 or more decades. It shows. Shabby and tired looking. But wait! The food is pretty good, and at good prices. We...
People who have read my few reviews may have noted that I appreciate good value in dining, and dislike nothing more than being a victim of trendy overpriced silliness when looking for a...
I'm a firm believer of trying places at least 2 times and I have to say that this place has not dis-appointed.The staff is super friendly and accommodating and the food is delicious, classic...
Wow! This place is absolutely totally.......mehThe ONLY credit card accepted is American Express To be honest this place is kind of a disapointment. Went here because someone mentioned on...
Cucina Di Pesce is the type of comfortably lived in Italian restaurant that ruled New York about seafood his ilk turned the town upside-down. Its flavors are absolutely contemporay.This is one of the best places in the city to get good Itallian food in a budget.The pasta-from the comically enormous spinach ravioli to the succulent sun-dried tomato fusilli-will seduce even the most strident Atkins followers. And the seafood lives up to its billing in the restaurant's moniker;sea scallops ,scampi,salmon & their bethren are mouth wateringly fresh.The only drawback to Cucinas is that everyone seems to know how good it is.