Carluccio's offer a fine selection of regional Italian foods including ready made dishes and fresh bread as well as fresh wild mushrooms and truffles. There is a delicatessen and food shop on the premises.
Although I slept in on New Years Day not much later than the innkeeper at our B&B it was, admittedly, mid-afternoon before I wandered downstairs in search of my pre-paid 2nd B. Upon request, the innkeeper offered coffee but she didn't mention breakfast and I didn't have the chutzpah to ask. She was busy breaking down holiday decor and seemed to think Carluccio's a fantastic idea for a place...more
Carluccio's is a chain with a lovely casual vibe. I love the look of the food counter and the waiters are friendly and helpful. The food in general I find to be fairly run of the mill. There's nothing special about it, although the cakes are generally good and the Italian style hot chocolate (cioccolata) is a repeat offender for me. It serves a purpose and is a useful place to meet and have a...more
Excellent busy restaurant opposite the hospital with a gluten free menu and really helpful and efficient staff. I had gluten free pasta and it was delicious! The wine menu is also excellent and the salads fresh and tasty.more
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This was my neighborhood favorite when I lived in Chelsea. Few things make me happier than thinking about the next time I'll be here ordering the caprese, penne alla luganica and tiramisu to finish. The coffee and to-go sandwiches are fantastic as well.more
Oh dear. Yes, it is a chain, and yes, it was a Monday lunchtime when we went in, but we had a remarkably sub-par experience.
Frito misto that just smelt "wrong" (i.e., the last time those whitebait were swimming, they had to dodge pliosaurs), and a salad nicoise that while missing some of the ingredients one might expect, was awash with oil and featured overboiled ( and again, seemingly...more