It seems to you to be at home when you eat at Calabrisella. I think it's a really comfortable place for an italian person, a place where you can be at your ease. I tried pizza (very good, and very big) and pasta e fagioli...More
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I rated this restaurant before, made a mistake with the points when I wanted to go back to change this, I was not able to correct it. this is a wonderful restaurant the food is fresh and excellent people drive by and do not see...More
Calabrisella is a jem on the Bristol Pike, just a few blocks north of the city line. It is the best kept secret. The food is out of this world.I travel all over the world and I'm very picky but I cannot find anything wrong...More
We eat at Callabesellas several times a year and it is always very good. The fettuccine Alfredo is the best I have ever had. The eggplant is also amazing. This is a byob which helps keep the cost down. Small place but very good.
Wife Anna and I went there this past Monday October 17 Our Server was Jenn she seated us right away she was telling us of all the specials that were not on the menu. She was very good, service was fast. Food was very Hot...More
A small little Italian restaurant that we go to multiple times monthly. Traditional, reliable food. The soups are always especially wonderful. Don't care for it when they have the TV on - ruins the nice atmosphere.
Unexpected visit for lunch: Chicken Parmesan, small side of bow ties and salad. Chicken was sweet, tender and moist. Bow ties al dente. Sauce was perfect consistency and not acidic. Salad was crisp and cold. Inexpensive too.
I had a craving for eggplant parmesan so we decided to give Calabrisella another try. The longtime regular waitresses were gone, never a good sign, and the food was horrible. The eggplant was tough and soggy at the same time, evidently frozen, and the waitress...More
This is one of the best places I have eaten, ever. From pizza to more elegant dishes. This is the first time I have had the chance to review.here. This is a once a month place minimum for a nice self treat. it's also byob,...More
Although we agree the food is a cut above any other Italian restaurants we've tried in the suburbs, we stopped eating here because the prices are ridiculous. It should not cost nearly $70 for dinner for two at a BYOB! They have an impressive and...More