Four of us dined at Tiramisu. I ordered a simple pasta with tomato and basil. It was awful....it tasted like canned tomatoes.
At least one good thing about Tiramisu is that you can order some half portions on some pastas.
i HAVE ENJOYED SEVERAL VISITS TO THIS RESTAURANT. i HAVE ALSO HAD AN EQUAL AMOUNT OF SO-SO EXPERIENCES. GREAT LOCATION ON FUN LINCOLN ROAD.
FRESH SEAFOOD, SOMETIMES BLAND. GREAT PASTA SAUCES SERVED ON TERRIBLY UNDERCOOKED PASTA. I LIKE AL DENTE BUT GIVE ME A BREAK! RECEIVED A MAJOR ATTITUDE WHEN I TRIED TO TELL THE WAITER PASTA WAS TOO HARD. AL-DENTE, AL-DENTE WAS ALL HE REALLY SAID.
ABSOLUTELY GREAT BREAD. ALWAYS FRESH.
LOOK, TIRAMESU IS NOT BAD. SOMETIMES YOU CAN EVEN HAVE A VERY GOOD MEAL; BORDERING ON EXCELLENT. HOWEVER MOST OF THE TIME IT'S JUST PLAIN.
i'LL PROBABLY GO AGAIN,,, MUST BE THE BREAD. AND DON'T FORGET, YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE LINCOLN ROAD.
Good food, great service at this sleek Italian restaurant on Lincoln Road..
This stylish northern Italian restaurant with bright, yellow sunflowers sprouting from cobalt-blue vases on the tables is more than just another pasta joint. As if the pleasant and personal service weren't enough to distinguish Tiramisu from many other Italian eateries on "The Road," elegant handmade pastas, generous salads, grilled meats and seafood would. Portions are large, although at least half a dozen of the pasta plates are conveniently offered in three sizes.
Wonderful!!!!. My boyfriend and I were celebrating out 2 year anniversary and he surprised me by taking me to this restaurant. I had the Veal scaloppine and he had the snapper, both were great. Ohh you have to try the tiramisu, its really creamy. I really enjoyed the fact that the kitchen has a glass window so that you can see what's happening in there. I could not have been happier.
it's always impossible to find a real italian restaurant, yet this restaurant has come close. What I really enjoy here is the cool bar crowd that shows up to chat over coffee and wine, overlooking a large bowl of lemon under the cool hanging lamps. The atmosphere invites you to eat their pasta.
What do I eat here? The pasta.
What about Pizza? Go next door (Capris)
Very Disappointing. The sign on the place said "since 1988" so we expected something reliable. Wrong! What we got was bent and dirty silverware, dirty plates, good basket of bread, inedible Caesar salad that consisted of lettuce tossed with a peculiar tasteless white paste, minnestone soup with no beans but lots of soggy broccoli, pretty tasty but sloppily served mussels, half hour wait (at slow 3 p.m. hour) for one rigatoni dish which finally arrived too undercooked to eat which waiter offered to have redone but at that point what's the point. Best days are long past for this place. Tiramesu is a Tiramess.
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