Excellent in every way. Caring staff and very well prepared food . I love the veal parmigian. The owner takes a hands-on approach. First Monday of the month they have a cabaret show featuring the old songs.
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This is one of the few places you can still get a full course Italian dinner. Anti-pasta, salad, soup, pasta, main course, dessert and coffee all for around $20.00. Many meat, chicken, pasta, fish, and vegetarian entrees to choose from. This art deco style restaurant...More
Husband described chicken parmigiana as OK but not great, and that's how I would describe my chicken picatta. Mid sized portions but priced for larger portions. We would rate "good" on a neighborhood scale in a city with high end selections all over town. Nice...More
it has been 20 years since i was there…food was so bad …will not go back until 20 more years…i am 77…at 97 i won't be able to taste the food…or know where i am..
Excellent service, great cocktails and wines. Enjoy the calamari steak dinner among the many choices. The owner is always gracious.
I loved this place. A 50s decor that resembled an ballroom, white tablecloths, lovely service and a friendly manager, and excellent food - a real, five-course Italian meal. Four of us ordered different entrees, and all were delicious. Mine was a beautifully done veal piccata....More
We stepped into dream world last night which exists, completely tucked away from present day, on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. It is a family style Italian restaurant called Villa D' Este. This is a 1950s dining experience wrapped up in a beautiful 1930s art...More
When you open the heavy steel door, it's like opening a time capsule and stepping back into the 1950's. It smelled like it,too. Lots of elderly guests, who seemed to be regulars. Service was slow. Food was mediocre. The one thing I loved was the...More
After reading some not so nice reviews online, I made a promise to myself to make a good review of this restaurant if I had a good experience. For a young 30 something, like myself, sure this place is old school but I had a...More
I came to san francisco to visit some family. They suggested we come here as they had been coming here years (my great grandmother used to love this place when she was alive). This was their last time they will ever dine here. The food...More