Lisca

★★★★★
  • 660 Amsterdam Ave

    New York, NY 10025

    Map & Directions
  • 212-799-3987

About Lisca

Hours
Monday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Thursday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Friday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Saturday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Sunday 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Lisca has been there for years, but somehow my husband and I have missed it. IT'S AMAZING! the menu food is terrific, and the children of the owners will be TOTALLY honest with you about what you will and will not like on the menu.. In

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Lisca has been there for years, but somehow my husband and I have missed it. IT'S AMAZING! the menu food is terrific, and the children of the owners will be TOTALLY honest with you about what you will and will not like on the menu.. In

Pros: Amazing food and service

Cons: I'll work on thinking of some..

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My friend suggested we go to Lisca for dinner last night as she had been before. The whole experience was nothing but totally enjoyable. Upon entering the restaurant, my friend was greeted by name from one of the friendly servers (who

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My friend suggested we go to Lisca for dinner last night as she had been before. The whole experience was nothing but totally enjoyable. Upon entering the restaurant, my friend was greeted by name from one of the friendly servers (who

Pros: great service, amazing food, quiet setting

Cons: none!

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Lisca is a winner: excellent food, cozy ambiance, attentive service. To add icing to the cake, Haddie, Lisca's owner, is one of the most genuinely charming restaurant owners in NYC. You can be assured of a warm, personal greeting every

3
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Lisca is a winner: excellent food, cozy ambiance, attentive service. To add icing to the cake, Haddie, Lisca's owner, is one of the most genuinely charming restaurant owners in NYC. You can be assured of a warm, personal greeting every

Pros: Extremely warm and helpful service, superb cuisine, cozy, comfortable atmosphere

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We were recommended to another restaurant across the street but we were treated so poorly when we walked in that we did not want to eat there. Fortunately Manhattan is not a desert island. There were many restaurants in the area. Since

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We were recommended to another restaurant across the street but we were treated so poorly when we walked in that we did not want to eat there. Fortunately Manhattan is not a desert island. There were many restaurants in the area. Since

Pros: Good Food and Good Service

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I had dinner at Lisca last weekend and was so impressed with the quality of food. Appetizers we had: roasted beet salad, the buffalo mozzarella, and the spicy mussels. all were outstanding. Entrees: pasta special with crab meat, the

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I had dinner at Lisca last weekend and was so impressed with the quality of food. Appetizers we had: roasted beet salad, the buffalo mozzarella, and the spicy mussels. all were outstanding. Entrees: pasta special with crab meat, the

Pros: food quality, family run, location

Cons: service slow, need circulation, better ambiance

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my wife and i recently ate at lisca and had a tremendous experience. we were taken care of from the moment we entered the door. from the gentleman (hadi, the owner, it turns out)who escorted us to our table to the waitstaff who made sure

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my wife and i recently ate at lisca and had a tremendous experience. we were taken care of from the moment we entered the door. from the gentleman (hadi, the owner, it turns out)who escorted us to our table to the waitstaff who made sure

Pros: service, food, hadi, the owner

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My wife and I are regulars at Lisca, its a very good, neighborhood restaurant. Haddie, the owner, is tremendous. He remembers you every time, and he makes you feel like you are eating at a family restaurant. The funghi fritti is a must.

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My wife and I are regulars at Lisca, its a very good, neighborhood restaurant. Haddie, the owner, is tremendous. He remembers you every time, and he makes you feel like you are eating at a family restaurant. The funghi fritti is a must.

Pros: Service, Food, and Service again.

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Lisca's chef, Aldo Monosi, crafted a menu of such robust flavors that it's hard to imagine not becoming addicted to his appetizers: grilled baby octopus with black chick peas, fried mushrooms dressed with herbs and olive oil, or tartare of…

 

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