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281 West Broadway, New York, NY, 10013
nr. Lispenard St.
I WONT be returning...
By dashma on 10/3/2011
In all fairness, the service and waitstaff here is exceptional. It stops there. The red pepper soup was totally luke warm when served and i needed it reheated twice. it was also served on a small plate, hardly enough for a few spoonfulls- and at 14$. The fish special was just OK for 30$, but the vegetables served on the side were also served COLD. They had absolutely no seasoning or taste to them. I was completely shocked. I had heard so much great stuff about this neighborhood restaurant and had been dying to try it but needless to say, will NOT be returning.
A real find in Tribeca
By jbv2624 on 6/15/2009
Went to Pepolino Friday night. Had an 8pm reservation and we were promptly seated. The decor is charming and the service was outstanding. Never rushed, never overbearing, just the right amount of attention. The dinner was excellent and quite authentic. Great wine selection. Will definitely be going back....several times.
Best meal in New York
By angie2387 on 2/21/2009
After spending a semester in Florence I needed to find a replacement Tuscan restaurant! My dinner here was impeccable. The food was even better than anything I've had in Italy. I'd recommend getting whatever the special of the day is. We had the spinach souffle and it was amazing and rich. The staff is fantastic, especially if you can reminisce about Florence with them!
By seneca70 on 7/26/2005
I was raised in Italy...and I can honestly say that Pepolino has the best Tuscan food I've ever had...including my many meals in Tuscany. The service is impeccable and the dessert divine...try the panna cotta...you won't be sorry.
A Gem: Almost True European Dining
By brooklynliz on 5/1/2005
Delicious Italian food. Amazing top-notch pastas and enjoyable fish and poultry. The service is very warm and well versed in the food and wine. The very small size of the place is both a blessing and a frustration. Closest thing to European dining in New York.
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