What a great dinner! The food was excellent. I started with the creamy mushroom soup. But, i was a little thrown off when the waiter set a bowl in front of me with no liquid and just a few vegetable looking things in it. Then, he poured the soup from a separate carafe. A bit of a strange format, but didn't change he taste. Also, I had the scallops special- it was wonderful. Another in our party had the Caprese, which is basically like bruschetta without the bread, and Pappardelle, a pasta and mild sausage dish. She claimed that it was very good. The other in our party started with Caesar salad, then had Gnocchi with red sauce. Also claimed the food to be great. Finished off the night with cheesecake with caramel and coffee- both of which we're really good. The service was excellent. Very attentive wait staff who really seemed to want to make our experience a positive one. The only drawback is the ambient noise. We sat in the room to the rear which is sort of circular shaped. It was very easy to hear other conversations going on during the lulls in our own conversation. Certainly not a reason to entertain thoughts of not going back. I very much look forward to the next time!
2190 County Line RdHuntingdon Valley, PA 19006
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912 Henrietta AveHuntingdon Valley, PA 19006
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I feel sheepish about commenting on the atmosphere since I was in the front room with a noisy party of seven. So I totally empathized with the couple who asked for a different table. Luckily they were accommodated. On the plus side everyone enjoyed their entrees which were reasonably priced and the service was excellent. On the downside, the dinner salads contained an unnecessary amount of iceberg lettuce which I find unforgivable in a fine dining establishment. And other members of my party agree that it was a foolish shortcoming. The only other criticism I have is that while everyone who ordered desserts liked them, they were not listed on the menu, our otherwise excellent waiter never mentioned the cost, and as the one who paid the check...I found them overpriced. I would definitely come back for dinner with a partner, and recommend La Strada to others. But I would not order the tasty but overpriced desserts.