Teodora Italian Restaurant
141 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022
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11/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I finally found a place where food is fresh, outstanding and indisputable. If you love pasta Teodora is your place. The pasta is home made! I also had a couple of salads and they were really yummy!! The service was great and for once the staff is 100% ITALIAN!!
12/15/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I am from Ravenna Italy. The Fritto Misto is as good as one would get in Cesenatico. The Passastelli is almost as good as my Nonna used to make (the only change..a little less breadcrumbs, a little more Grana Padano). The Tagliatelle were superb.
This is my third time there over the past 3 years. I never announce myself to the staff as from Ravenna...I just let the food come.
Finally, I NEVER leave these reviews. This is the second ever in my life. Now you know how strongly I feel on this place.
05/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I didn't think there were any good restaurants near Bloomingdales and I still don't think there are any. However, Teodora isn't terrible. I felt like I had to have the lasagne since so many people had written stellar reviews of it. I was disappointed. It was a massive serving size, but was mushy. There was no texture to it, no substance. There wasn't that stringy cheese feel when you pull the fork away. My friend had the pasta special which turned out to be quite good. Homemade pasta, with tomato sauce, ricotta cheese, and basil. Overall the place wasn't bad, but I won't be there again.
08/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I am Italian and I am very picky when it's about food but, this time I had to recognize ""IT""S REAL ITALIAN FOOD"". Not cheesy or creamy, fake over covering taste. The menu offers different type of meal between pasta, meat, fish. I tried the artichoke salad and the carpaccio and they were sublime. My friend had the crostacei pasta and we also shared the vitello tonnato. WOW! Finally, the italian cheese cake, to die for!!
The service was great and the people friendly. A+
01/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I ate here this past weekend with my girlfriend for an anniversary. It was Saturday night and the place was quiet and romatic. Appreciated the host's suggestion to sit in front as there seemed to be big parties upstairs and in the back. The front was quiet and dimly lit with mostly candles and soft lighting. Excellent mood for an anniversary. We had the fried artichoke appetizer which was different and delicious. I'm not a big vegitable eater but this was delicious. It believe it was pan fried (not breaded and deep fried) and lightly salted. My girlfriend had gnocchi and I had rack-of-lamb which were both excellent. Cocktails were expensive ($11 Beam and coke). A few minor negatives with the service. The handle was broken on my steak knife and we got dessert menus instead of the check which took a long time. Other than that I had a good experience and I plan to go back.