Great service. The location is random and not in a neighborhood known for restaurants, which is why I think this place isn’t better known. The chickpea fritters were delicious, and the pastas were good too.
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Midtown east can be hard to dine in, the food was exceptional, the chickpea fritter with prosciutto and stracciatella and burrata were top notch and they split the portions for easy sharing. The short rib and oriechette with sausage were to die for. Try the...More
I came in relatively early on a Sunday evening after a walk across the bridge. I was not as thrilled with the food as some Yelp reviewers – I had the pappardelle with the short rib ragu. It was very good, but not amazing. The...More
My husband and I had an absolutely wonderful dinner at Tiella's last week when in NYC. The ambiance, menu and waitstaff definitely lived up to the restaurant's reputation. The menu was creative, absolutely delicious and reasonably priced. The chef is a master at preparing authentic...More
Small quaint and quiet venue. Loved the bread basket and olive oil. Three of us. Ordered 2 apps, 3 dinners, 1 side of Brussel sprouts, and dessert and vin santo and coffees, and a $45 bottle of wine. Burrata was small and tasted different. I...More
Nice cozy space on 1st ave by the 59th St bridge. Décor nothing to write home about. About 17 tables plus or minus. Great as a neighborhood restaurant but would not pick for a special evening. We shared a spinach salad which was very good....More
I stumbled across Tiella while searching Yelp for a small, Italian restaurant. My girlfriend and I were in NYC and staying on 57th street, and this place was just a few blocks away. We drove right past it in the cab (the entrance is small...More