Brooklyn >Osteria Il Paiolo
amazing came here with the family and definitely coming back. im a huge fan of italian food, so its a big deal to rave about a place. but the food here was some of the best italian ive ever tried, amazing and it settled my kids down a little. definitely the right choice for dining, highly advised!
great manicot just like home!. the manicot was tender and fresh great firest impression. the atmosphere was rustic and invinting, great first impression and i took a date- she loved it to!
best italian food ive had!. amazing beef arpeggios, well steamed compliano stucattos, i thought i was in manigernodice' (food heavan in nablidad dialect). the frozen soprinis were delectable and melt in your mangier, definitely 4 thumbs up!
amazing food even better crowd. i love the young fresh crowd, and even fresher food. the pasta was seasoned colorfully with a high flaor tambre and succulent textures overtones. definitely a dining experience not be missed, come here quick!
Citysearch Editorial Review. Exposed brick, copper accents, fine linens and charming all-Italian staff mix Williamsburg industrial with Manhattan elegance to lure the same sort of rarefied crowd as the West Village's Da Silvano, where Osteria Paiolo's star GM, Alex Palumbo, spent the last few years. Chef Andrea Milazzo uses a wood-burning oven and makes pasta from scratch for a rustic, mostly northern Italian menu that includes a butter-soft 28-day aged buffalo carpaccio, fettuccine with cured pork cheek and a lovely veal ossobuco with saffron risotto.
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