Very small portions Told the manager we were not happy She was not receptive or friendly at all Over priced for what we got Very disappointed
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A friend recommended Patrizias to us and we had a party of 7 people going in for a special dinner 2 weeks ago. The hostess was very rude and would not seat 5 of us until the other 2 guests had arrived. Had the restaurant...More
Great hidden gem on Plymouths waterfront...this is our first time here and not our last. Beautiful decor with both in and outside seating. We both loved our spaghetti and lobster and can't wait to try some of their other dishes. Thanks for a perfect dinner!
Went for a dinner for 2 and had excellent quality Italian food, though we ended up being the only people in the place (interior) on a hot Tuesday night. Service was friendly and attentive, wine good and reasonable value.
I know the qualified titled is not really as ringing as 5 stars implies. Indeed, I wish I could have given it 4 1/2 stars, as it's not really fine dining, but I want it to stand out from other 4 star eateries in the...More
Once again we had another terrific dining experience! The ambiance is terrific.... intimate and romantic.... warm and welcoming with indoor and outdoor seating. The menu appears limited at first but has a broad range of options. Price is aligned with the quality. Service is excellent....More
What a wonderful surprise...1st time there...I thoroughly enjoyed the Burata to start and then Lasagna Bolognese it was excellent...my husband chose the slow roasted Half Chicken with morrocan butter...both dishes exceeded expectations...however the delicious cuisine was only surpassed by the extraordinary service of our hostess...More
We are so lucky to have a place like this in Plymouth. The Food was amazing. The staff was knowledgable and friendly. The atmosphere definitely creates an memorable dining experience! We will definitely be coming back again!
Very disappointed with our dinner. Having to pay extra for things that should be included... chicken parmigiana should include pasta. Our wine got blown away by the wind before even tasting it, and in return we received a shot of wine and still paid for...More