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Posted by Mama Mia on 11/04/2012
Totaro's is a good local gathering spot. However, if you are going for good Italian food, look elsewhere. Can someone introduce the chef to salt & pepper? The food has great presentation but absolutely no taste and is extremely bland. I ordered the Linguine Monsignor. The pasta was stuck together; the shrimp were undercooked; and there was no taste of garlic which I expected in an Italian dish or any other seasonings for that matter. My friend ordered the chicken parm and it fared the same. Looked good but very bland. We took our meals home and doctored them up. Drinks were great as was the bar staff.
Posted by The Grazing Grizzly on 01/16/2010
I have eaten at Totaro's many many times. I was there again a few days ago. Every time the food was excellently prepared, and the waitstaff is always pleasant. A joyful eating experience.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/01/2007
We've been to Totaro's several times and have never been disappointed. Food is first class. Types of Italian I've never seen elsewhere. On the expensive side, but if you enjoy good food, well worth it.
Posted by Dining Diva on 07/24/2007
The location isn't dressy and the entrance is a slight turn-off, but the food is phenomenal. Expect to spend $20-$25 for your dinner entree and $15 for a lunch entree. Everything is perfectly prepared and attractively presented. A full range bar won't disappoint. Waitstaff is efficient. The seafood dishes are great! Desserts and appetizers are excellent. I've gone to Totaro's 4-5 times and was never disappointed.