Brooklyn >Trattoria Mangia
“There is a romantic intimacy about the place that my wife and I have come to cherish.”
“and to cap it all off i had a tirmasu it was good and my girlfriend got a a special dessert they put on a lil show for u like its the cook fruits and flamee its a big flame it looks good n it taste great.”
“Good wine list and beautiful and simple candlelit surroundings.”
“best food ever”
“Finally, a new Park Slope resturant without a pretentious staff and overpriced menu!”
“just moved to the neighborhood 3 moths ago and found this great Italian restaurant.”
“will never go back to this nasty "italian" place, not when there is sotto voce closer to my house.”
“We had to bother managers and other waiters several times to get a serviced and get a check.”
“Our waiter is always WONDERFUL and friendly and the food is great and inexpensive.”
“it was very nice looking, but the wait service was slow and they definitely lost interest after we didnt order their expensive wines.”
Great Spot. This is a great place to go to have a wonderful brunch, a great lunch, or an incredible dinner. This little Italian restaurant really knows how to make you comfortable. The drinks are wonderful and are always fresh and the lasagna is to die for. The cuisine here is without a doubt some of the best that you can find in Park Slope, Brooklyn. I make it a point to dine at this restaurant frequently and have even had parties there because the staff makes you feel so at home....and the live jazz players that they have there make you feel that much more at ease and entertained. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a great meal, wonderful drinks, and incredible service.
Wow Greatest Food Ever. Simply the best Italian Restaurant in Park Slope. I was there about three days ago and ordered something from the special menu. The waiter was so nice. He did not rush but helped me make my best decision. I loved my food and great service. Go there NOW!!!
Good italian. The staff at Mangia are there to please. The service just compliments the food and the ambiance there. Will definitely continue to go back
A great experience in Brooklyn. I was at Trattoria Mangia last Saturday night with my girlfriend. Tommy, our waiter was fantastic! Sat us outside at a comfortable table, helped me pick a great bottle of wine. I had the seafood salad (out of this world) and Lobster Fra Diavolo. My girl had a veal dish that was top shelf. The service was outstanding. We were treated like old friends. I would highly recommend this restaurant and our waiter Tommy.
I order delivery from Mangia all the time and have also dined there several times. I highly recommend the following dishes:
-Pollo ala Caprese
-Spaghetti and Meatballs
-Chicken Parmesean w/ Vodka Sauce (not on the menu but they will make it for you)
-Any pizza (the regular cheese pie, the true test for any pizza, is top notch)
Simply put, Mangia is an affordable neighborhood restaurant with excellent food. It's also a great place for a date or a great place to bring family visiting from out of town.
best food ever. I was at Magia a few days ago for a dinner party and what a gorgeous place! The food was spectacular! We had grilled calamari, octopus with vegetables, and some short fresh pasta with mushrooms and sausage that was truly divine! The ravioli was some of the best I have ever tasted and after trying the lamb and the fish that were served, I knew I had found a new favorite. You are a treasure! I will be back
Best italian food on the block. Comfortable, inexpensive, the food is terrific and the service is friendly. What more could anyone want. I have become a great fan of the Pollo Caprese which is a real bargain and as good as you are going to get anywhere.
the specials are simply amazing. so i stop into this resturant it looks great clear windows all over,the brick walls with the antique type writer and the fire place rite by the bottles of wine its a great look i havent tried da home made pasta but me and my friends got talked into buyin the specials by the manager who makes the specials sound so good.we started off with the mussels in red sauce and grilled portobello with a salad it was worth munching on.then he sold me the lobster fra divolo oh man the the spicy sauce with the linguini n the mixed sea food was great. my friend had the filet mignon he said it was ,my girlfriend enjoyed the filet of the fish he took the bones out rite in front of us .and to cap it all off i had a tirmasu it was good and my girlfriend got a a special dessert they put on a lil show for u like its the cook fruits and flamee its a big flame it looks good n it taste great. service was good to but the food made it worth while i have to go back again
Don't go to this place!!! It's HORRIBLE..
Please don't go to this place. You will regret it.
Me and my boyfriend were craving some italian food when we saw this place. BAD CHOICE.
It was the WORST italian food we have EVER had.
My boyfriend's pizza was dry and cold and the cheese was barely there. He took two bites and left the rest.
My fettucine (I chose to add vegetables) was definitely NOT homemade, as they claim it is. The alfredo sauce was probably from an expired can, so horrible. The vegetables were frozen, carrots and cauliflower only!! It was just absolutely disgusting.
Service was arrogant, rude and shameful. At first, my plate came without the vegetables (even though I had requested it), when I pointed this out, the waiter grabbed my plate, without saying anything at all, took it to the kitchen, and never got back to me, until he placed the new dish on my table.
This place should just close down, undergo complete renovation, hire new staff and chefs, rename themselves and maybe then they have a chance at calling themselves a restaurant.
CAN'T EVEN COOK AN EGG - TERRIBLE FOOD!. My boyfriend and I went here for brunch this weekend, and I had to send my food back and was so grossed out by what I had been served that I didn't order anything to replace it. From their brunch menu I ordered Eggs Benedict. The "hollandaise sauce" was not hollandaise. It was not creamy. It appeared to be chunks in some sort of greasy broth. When I inquired about this, with several different people there, they seemed to be unsurprised - as if this is what they thought eggs benedict should look like. Very hungry, and assured by them that the chunky sauce was safe, I cut into my eggs. Instead of the runny center of a poached egg, I was met with a yoke nearly firm enough to be the center of a hard-boiled egg. I sent the whole dish back and left. Disgusting. I would never eat there again.
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