Excellent wood fire pizza, tiramisu, and gelato was great. I enjoyed the service also. Alanna was friendly and informative.
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I had a pizza here a few weeks ago for dinner. The service was pleasant, but the pizza was really dry. Not sure how you can ruin a basic pizza but they seemed to have succeeded. Maybe an off night. I might try them again next time I am in town to see if it was an exception. Wine by... More
This was my go to dining place after long days. I consistently received tasty, pure ingredient food and I've sampled quite a bit of the menu. The pizza was good, and thoughts of the meatballs and tiramisu can still trigger hunger pangs. However, what kept me returning was a particularly thoughtful waiter, Don. Really kudos to the restaurant for acquiring... More
We frequent Tutta Bella periodically and it never disappoints. On our past visit, I brought the 2 yr old that I nanny for and it was great for kids. The serving size is huge for kids pasta and she received dough to play with and these twisty sticks to play with as well. The food is good and they also... More
Must visit place at dusk. Beautiful views from 2nd floor patio. There were 6 in our group & we each chose a different pizza. It was all very yummy! We loved sharing each other's food. Our server was a bit lost several times, didn't come back often. Despite that, I will return.
Food and service were good but not great. Asked for my pizza well done (I like a char on it) and it came barely cooked. It still wasn't bad but the real turn off for me was when the bill came she let me know that they add 20% service charge. That would be nice to know upfront. I adjust... More
My husband and I stopped into this place because we were staying at the hotel next door. It was a nice surprise! The pizza and meatballs were fantastic, and the service was excellent. We enjoyed watching the chef cook the food in the brick oven, and were impressed to learn he has been working there 10 years. A hidden gem!
The pizza was delicious. Wood fired Neapolitan style pizza. The staff was very good. We also ordered the bruschetta which was very good.
The atmosphere was very soothing. But the food and beverage service was very slow, food was ok--I base this on the lack of tipping in Seattle establishments as a whole now that they have gone to $15/hr wages and no tips--service is generally not as good as when they had to work for tips.
When we arrived, the fire alarm / smoke alarm went off so people had to evacuate the building. The alarm sounded for about 10 minutes - the staff (including chefs) seemed a bit annoyed but carried on regardless. Thankfully there was plenty of outside seating, and the staff were all very pleasant and reassuring. We decided to stick around and... More
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