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Posted by Daisy on 05/31/2011
My friend and I had subpar food. The restaurant could not come up with one good dish. Very loud.
Posted by Dina on 10/19/2010
A friend picked this place to try for brunch, and boy, what a disappointment...overpriced, bland, boring food that has no resemblace to Cuccina Romana it is supposed to emulate. The apple walnut French toast was sugary sweet, while the mushroom frittata was oily and greasy. The bruschetta was boring, reminescent of a chain restaurant. Tiny portions (is this brunch or tapas), and a snotty waitress who was gone for the majority of our brunch (and the place wasn't that busy) complete what was otherwise a pretty poor dining experience. We definitely will not be back.
Posted by Megan on 09/30/2010
We liked the first courses, but the main courses were very average and not worth the money. Liked the dessert: olive tort. The design is very industrial and the music is a bit noisy. Maybe would come again for the anti-pasti.
Posted by T on 08/12/2010
I found the food to be rather bland - perhaps a little salt would have helped. The meatballs were pretty good, but not fantastic. The presentation of the food was just ok. For example, The dessert came out looking like a big blob of tiramasu that you could buy at a local bakery. I would not go here again as there are many other great places in Philadelphia worth the money.
Posted by Brooklynite on 04/17/2010
Meatballs, pecorinos, salumis, carpaccio - all good. Eating dessert now. Mmmm.
Posted by RMN150 on 03/03/2010
After waiting 45 mins. (with a reservation) , no wow . The best were the bruchettas, on the house due to our wait , thank you . Other wise , a very oily experience . Turkey Milanese was tender but bland and yes , in a puddle of oil . The sea food grill was just that , grilled seafood . The meat balls were good but tiny . Drab decor and VERY noisy .
Posted by Anonymous on 02/04/2010
Excellent food. I grew up in northern Italy and find Marc Vetris food to be one of the best representations of Italian food, in America. Amis and it's mostly roman menu are done as best as one can without actually being in Rome. The meal is quickly served and overall inexpensive.