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Teresa's Cafe

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    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Italian, Pizza
  • 124 N Wayne Ave, Wayne PA19087 40.044871 -75.387995
  • (Btwn E Lancaster & West Ave)
  • (610) 293-9909
  • 0

User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

Food 4.2 Value 3.8
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

(610) 293-9909
Take Out Major Credit Cards Bar Mon-Sat: 11:30am-1am Sun: 11am-1am
Mon: 5pm-9pm Tue-Sat: 5pm-10pm Sun: 4pm-9pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Online Reservations, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by Joseph on 07/05/2012

    Great food and beer...poor service

    Belgian Side - The mussels are great and the beer options are better than just about any other place in the area. Unfortunately, it is as if the wait staff don't want anyone customers to be there...as if everyone is a burden to them. One table had to get up and ask for service....

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2012


    Some of the best food in Wayne. They have been around since the mid 1990's and are only getting better. You have to try their pizza's they are real hand tossed small pixzza's no one in the are makes a pizza like them.

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by anonymous on 08/11/2011

    very disappointed

    menu looked interesting so we came in. ordered gorgonzola + fig jam bruschetta. was delicious- serves about 2 people as a light appetizer. antipasta was underwhelming. more like an unmixed salad. there were delicious fresh tomatoes, a decent prosciutto, okay marinated olives, red peppers, and artichoke hearts, pickled beets, and mixed greens. not an antipasta at all. not even a cheese.. my dad got penne picarrino (seared scallops, shrimp, roman tomatoes, spinach)- after adding cheese, cracked black pepper and lemon it was pretty good . the scallops were way overcooked. i initially got an arctic char on a bed of roasted (?) asparagus, cherry tomatoes and fig. both parts of the dish were so overcooked i sent it back. got a breaded veal scaloppine with sauteed red and yellow peppers, fava beans, greens. the cheese sprinkled of the veal was pretty good- couldn't taste the veal at all, even after cutting off the burnt parts. the greens were pretty good. nothing special all in all it was a disappointing experience considering the price. the hotel staff said teresa's is usually very on point so i'm not sure if they have a new cook or what.

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/03/2010

    A wonderful place

    Love this place! Never had a bad meal in 10 years.

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by S on 07/18/2010

    place is loud

    good food, okay service, but the place has really bad acoustics, everyone's conversation is bouncing off the ceiling, too loud for me

  • Teresa's Cafe

    Posted by Dave on 11/12/2009

    great pizza and beer list

    They have the best pizza in the area it is not a take pizza shop but they are hand made and cooked in a brick oven and now with a great beer and wine list

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