Triangolo Restaurant

★★★★☆

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I've been here several times and each time has been great. Any dish with the vodka sauce is delicious. Definitely will be returning!

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★★★★★

I've been here several times and each time has been great. Any dish with the vodka sauce is delicious. Definitely will be returning!

Pros: great food, reasonable prices

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Triangolo is a pizza parlar with a small reatuarant space on the side. The food is decent. The service fine. It is a bit loud. Fast and affordable. It is not my first choice of Italian reatuarants on the Upper East but it is easy to get a table and has pretty quick service.

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★★★☆☆

Triangolo is a pizza parlar with a small reatuarant space on the side. The food is decent. The service fine. It is a bit loud. Fast and affordable. It is not my first choice of Italian reatuarants on the Upper East but it is easy to get a table and has pretty quick service.

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I went to Triangolo for the first time on Mother's Day with a table for 4. The food received high reviews from all of the people at the table. Personally, I think their Gnocchi is one of the best I've ever had. I would highly recommend this place to anyone considering the quality of food and not too big of a dent to the wallet (approx. $25/person).

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★★★★★

I went to Triangolo for the first time on Mother's Day with a table for 4. The food received high reviews from all of the people at the table. Personally, I think their Gnocchi is one of the best I've ever had. I would highly recommend this place to anyone considering the quality of food and not too big of a dent to the wallet (approx. $25/person).

Pros: Great food (gnocchi was excellent), value was good

Cons: Space is tight, OK for large groups

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I have lived in the neighborhood for 2 years and this is one of the only Italian restaurants I will eat at - the food is consistently great, the service is always friendly and refreshing, and the price is on par for a solid pasta dish in NYC. The Norma pasta dish is my favorite - always great! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

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★★★★★

I have lived in the neighborhood for 2 years and this is one of the only Italian restaurants I will eat at - the food is consistently great, the service is always friendly and refreshing, and the price is on par for a solid pasta dish in NYC. The Norma pasta dish is my favorite - always great! I would recommend this restaurant to anyone.

Pros: excellent service, intimate setting, great food

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There is no obvious difference in food quality between this place and any number of other pasta places on the Upper East Side, but there is a difference in price. Nothing we had was bad, but neither was anything above average, and the prices are definitely above average. We won't be back.

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★★☆☆☆

There is no obvious difference in food quality between this place and any number of other pasta places on the Upper East Side, but there is a difference in price. Nothing we had was bad, but neither was anything above average, and the prices are definitely above average. We won't be back.

Pros: average food

Cons: too expensive

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The crespollini appetizer is addictive. The owners used to have their own family vineyard (not sur eif they still do), but in previous years, if you are there the right season you may be able to order thier very own Sangiovese.

Try the salads-tasty! And the gnocchi is surprisingly light.

Great little neighborhood spot. If you are friendly with the serving staff, most likely, in traditional Italian flare, they will offer you a complimentary digestive (after dinner cocktail).

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★★★★☆

The crespollini appetizer is addictive. The owners used to have their own family vineyard (not sur eif they still do), but in previous years, if you are there the right season you may be able to order thier very own Sangiovese.

Try the salads-tasty! And the gnocchi is surprisingly light.

Great little neighborhood spot. If you are friendly with the serving staff, most likely, in traditional Italian flare, they will offer you a complimentary digestive (after dinner cocktail).

Pros: Great Tuscan Fare, Pleasant atmosphere, Food is always good

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Great and original salads, pastas and meats, and great ambience, especially late on a Sunday night.

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★★★★★

Great and original salads, pastas and meats, and great ambience, especially late on a Sunday night.

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This is another example of an Italian restaurant not run by Italians. They use the Italian brand to sell food. It's anything but traditional Italian food. When I went there I asked the waieter if their past with mushroom was made with porcini mushroom, he said yes, I got my pasta dish and it was made with canned mushroom, you know the ones you find on a slice of pizza. Clueless is the word.

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★★☆☆☆

This is another example of an Italian restaurant not run by Italians. They use the Italian brand to sell food. It's anything but traditional Italian food. When I went there I asked the waieter if their past with mushroom was made with porcini mushroom, he said yes, I got my pasta dish and it was made with canned mushroom, you know the ones you find on a slice of pizza. Clueless is the word.

Pros: nice to sit outdoors

Cons: Not Italian food, Poor service, Clueless

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My wife and I have been to this place in our neighborhood twice and plan to go back. The atmosphere is comfortable and the service is nice. An all around great neighborhood restaurant. If you go, you must get the Momma Lorna dish. Pretty simple, farafelle pasta with sweet sausage in a cream sauce, but it is delicious and the only thing I get when I go there!

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★★★★☆

My wife and I have been to this place in our neighborhood twice and plan to go back. The atmosphere is comfortable and the service is nice. An all around great neighborhood restaurant. If you go, you must get the Momma Lorna dish. Pretty simple, farafelle pasta with sweet sausage in a cream sauce, but it is delicious and the only thing I get when I go there!

Pros: comfortable, inexpensive

 

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