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Posted by John i on 09/28/2013
After tasting their food at a catered event, my wife and I felt we must try the restaurant. It did not disappoint. The food was just as great as the food they provided for a catered event. One of the best Italian food in the greater Philly area.
Posted by squirrel on 06/24/2013
Loved the food, service was great. We arranged to dine here after burial for a celebration of life. They had us come in before it normally opened as they had a banquet in the back. Appetizers were great, so was dessert and we had a ravioli party that my sister wanted for her grandkids. Highly recommend them.
Posted by Mary on 03/02/2013
This is by far my favorite restaurant. I've eaten here for lunch and dinner and have never been disappointed. The staff is always so pleasant and helpful. I've come with 6 school friends from years ago and the conversations never stopped. The waiter was so patient and pleasant to us. The food is to die for! I highly recommend Cascata's....it's the best!
Posted by Jules Hernadi on 01/20/2013
You wouldn't expect to find high quality dining in such a modest location on Sproul Road, but that is exactly what Cascata is all about. The menu and the service are first class all the way. I love the fact that it is a BYOB place because I can enjoy my favorite wines without paying high restaurant prices. I can hardly wait to go back and gladly recommend it to all my friends.
Posted by l. ellis on 09/16/2012
After waiting an hour and a half, our entrees arrived. The slmon was so overcooked I needed a knife to saw through it. The pasta and meatballs were saturated with garlic and the pasta was overcooked. The server was very apologetic and stated that they were down a "chef". I think the salmon cooked for the niney minutes we were waiting.
Posted by SLM on 03/21/2012
After visiting this restaurant in the past, Tonight, I remembered why we haven’t returned in over a year to eat there. The dining rooms are in need of a face lift. A good cleaning, new paint, and removing the numerous old wine bottles staged around the restaurant would make a huge difference to the interior of the building. There were about thirty people in the restaurant on a Tuesday night. The waiter told us the specials which were ninety percent seafood. Being allergic to shellfish I passed on those choices. The specials are always based around seafood. A few new specials not containing seafood would be nice to see. When served the entrée that I ordered, Chicken Parmesan (2 pieces per plate), it was overcooked and greasy. When I informed the waiter he agreed and took it back to the kitchen. The waiter returned in five minutes (speed cooking) with a new entrée which was the same food that I sent back to the kitchen minus the piece of chicken that I cut into the first time, on a new plate, unbelievable! How can you send food out prepared like this to customers?
Posted by Anonymous on 11/25/2011
After eating here with my family for dinner the night before Thanksgiving, I highly recommend that you do not dine at Cascata. Here are the highlights: The food is decent, with some good dishes and some not good ones. However, the service, from the waiters, to the manager, to the owner, was so poor with extremely rude and incompetent staff, and so slow, with our food taking nearly two hours to arrive, that we will never go back to this place and I don't think you should either. We were a party of 10 seated in a room that also had a party of 26 in it. It was clear that we were not their priority. Our first waiter ditched us about 30 minutes in and then another person took over. We couldn't get water refilled at table because we were being ignored. The food took almost two hours to arrive even after they promised it was "on its way out" for almost a half hour. For some of this time, they had a man playing the accordion for the other group in the room. He was terrible at playing, and it was extremely annoying. The waiters were laughing about how long the food was taking and did nothing to try to apologize. The manager was almost worse, apologizing profusely, but never offering to take anything off of the bill. On the way out we talked to the owner, who is the chef and he was even worse than the manager. He said that anything other than the food wasn't his responsibility. What a terrible attitude to have as an owner. I'm not from around the area, so I don't know about other Italian options. But I am sure there are places where the food is as good or better and where the people who work there care about the service. Don't waste your night by going to Cascata.