Sergio's University Circle
1903 Ford Dr, Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 231-1234Add Hours
Sergios in University Circle
Cuisines: South American, Brazilian, Latin American
Price Range : Average
05/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We decided to try Sergio's after visiting the museum of art. Our server was excellent, as was the food! We tried 2 tapas (chorizo and crabcakes) and 2 entrees (cavatelli and gumbo). Everything was great - the chorizo and cavetelli were unique experiences especially. We decided to end the feast with dessert, since Sergio's also has unusual offerings there (try the lemon polenta cake and the chocolate frangipane torte with gelato; the day we were there the flavor was caffe..mmm).
10/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you love Italian, spanish, mediteranean, you'll love Sergio's. The delicious Chorizo appetizer, or CAVATELLI SAN MARZANO ,a delicious, classic Italian combination of pecorino cheese, butter, and fresh basil in a san marzano tomato broth, topped with crisp sage and fennel sausage. My wife tried and loved the WOODS HOLE SEA SCALLOPS, and our other friend devoured the whole STEAK FRITES:
char grilled center cut rib steak with herbed butter,asparagus and onion home fries. Ryan the manager makes knowledgeable wine suggestions and has great cheeses to choose from. Warm friendly staff, and a great patio that I look forward to returning to soon. I heard travellers at a table next to us (who were staying at the Glidden House, next door) say this restaurant was as good as any they had experienced in Europe! FIVE STARS!
07/03/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I went to this restaurant for a birthday in April and I was SO dsappointed! I've been to it's sister restaurant, Sarava, and had amazing food so I couldn't understand why Sergio's was so horrible.
We started out with their version of Spanikopita (""spinach pies"") and were very disappointed. The queso blanco wasn't as strong as the usual feta, and the whole thing tasted very bland.
The beef tenderloin fiorentina was also very blah. The cut of meat was good but the gravy tasted like it came out of a can. The side dishes were very plan and the overall presentation was boring. The veal piccata was similarly underwhelming. For $30 a plate, I expect much better.
The only good part of the meal was the service-our waitress was very friendly and attentive. Overall, I wouldn't reccomend this restaurant to anyone!
02/03/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I ALWAYS stop by when i'm in Cleveland. My family stumbled upon it a few years ago almost by accident and have returned every time we find ourselves nearby! I specifically remember the chicken always being very tender and juicy, with amazing sauces. Their salads are always fresh and flavorful. Desserts were balanced and refreshing.
11/19/2005Provided by Citysearch -
This place is small - be prepared to listen in on other people's conversations (without trying!). But when the food comes, you are so into it that you can block out overhearing others. My BF and I go there as a special treat, prices are reasonable, but not everyday-cost for us. In the summer you can also sit on the patio, that is probably a bit more relaxed. I hear the owner of this place is opening in Shaker Square soon, I hope they do well - I'll give it a try!
02/09/2003Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant is itty bitty! On a weekend night it's hard to feel relaxed -- the servers do their best not to rush you but you feel the heat from waiting diners. On weeknights and for lunch there's no such feeling. Good wine selection, too. Prices are so reasonable for the excellent service and wonderful food/ambience. Only weird thing was valet on last visit...just stared at me when I rolled down my window to say hello...geez.