Very warm when crowded, but food delious and would go back again. Portions nice and worth the price.
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A great spot to meet and enjoy a meal. The food is authentic Italian and really delicious The service a bit cold and aloof. Would help if htey treated the customers with more warmth.
The food is always excellent. Traditional Italian dishes. The service is friendly, casual and professional the owner is usually on site often acting as a server himself. A great place to go vor a casual dinner or with visitors. My only quibble iss that it's...More
Nicely decorated restaurant, quick and attentive service and real Italian cuisine. We shared a starter and had ravioli and the spaghetti as main courses. Plus Tiramisu as dessert. Everything was outstandingly tasty. The wine (Californian Sauvignon) was also excellent, thus, all in all 5 stars....More
Our party of four thoroughly enjoyed our dinner last Saturday. The pasta dishes, veal saltimbocca and petrale sole were excellent, as was the dessert. Service was very good and the wine recommended tops. We good here occasionally and also find the quality of the food...More
Both of us had a delicious and filling dinner of pasta and a lovely glass of wine. A very cute place tucked into a an area of very nice shops called the Ark. Most all tables were full and looked like many locals omstead of...More
We were a party of 11. The service was attentive and good, and the food was delicious. We go there, which is in our neighborhood, when we want a special dinner. There is no water view, but the Bay is very close, and a walk...More
My family of 4 had dinner here recently and were so happy to have found this little gem! Everything was absolutely delicious, and the eggplant parmigiana was literally the best I've ever had. Huge portion but I couldn't bear to leave one speck on the...More
We've eaten at Don Antonio Trattoria since they opened about 7 years ago. Hands down, the best Italian food on the Tiburon peninsula. Yes, we have tried the others . . . one of them recently . . . but we still feel Don Antonio...More