Just back from having dinner here. It was lovely. The food was so fresh & authentic (especially the buratta & the squid tagliatelle!) and the service is understated & efficient in a friendly way. The olive oil ice cream was delicious. A wee gem.
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Came in for dinner with a booking. This is a very busy and cosy restaurant, though the food is great and the staff go out of their way to look after you. Probably a little too cramped for my liking, though an enjoyable experience nevertheless.
Rucola is a small neighborhood restaurant in Brooklyn. We tried to get in for dinner but it was packed so we went for brunch the next day. We were lucky to get a seat at the bar because again it was very crowded. We enjoyed...More
Four of us, just visiting Brooklyn, tried this restaurant on a recommendation. We went a little early, around 6:15, and were seated immediately. A half hour later, there was a line for seating. The food was excellent, the wine list more than adequate, and the...More
Moved daughter number two up the street--stopped by for two visits--lunch and breakfast. Lunch was good--shared antipasto, asparagus salad, Caesar salad and meatball special--post move-in beer and cocktails cold, and service hospitable. Breakfast next morning--veggie scramble, egg sandwich, country breakfast--was enjoyed by the family ensemble--the...More
We'd been to The Barclays Centre to see Barbara Streisand and need to eat after the concert. We walked & googled restaurants near us that were still open. We came across Rucola by accident really but it was meant to be after a fantastic night!!...More
My wife and I found this place for breakfast while staying in Downtown Brooklyn. Highly recommend! It had a great breakfast choice, terrific coffee! Wonderful friendly service too!