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Via Carota New York Yelp Reviews
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Mediocre food. Tagliatelle pasta should've been more al dente and lacked flavor. The Brussels sprout salad needed acid. On top of it, we had a really condescending and inattentive waiter.We visited on Saturday for lunch. Perhaps we got the B team of maybe it was a off day for Via Carota but I won't be back to find out. There are better, more consistent restaurants in the city.Be the first to Reply
Had really high hopes for this place but the pasta was pretty average. We were seated outside and honestly felt rushed and not cared for. Mid way through our meal two rats ran across our feet which ruined the night a bit. However, the dessert was fantastic.Follow me on Instagram/TikTok for more food reviews and photos - @global_grubs !Be the first to Reply
Our server Janice and her support Alejandro were so caring and attentive. They were there at the right moments and so professional yet put you at ease at the same time. The food was a star as well with the Cacio Pepe and the grilled sea bream cooked to perfection. I want to take the insalata verde salad dressing home with me. Also the Negroni terra was my favorite of the variations on the menu.Be the first to Reply
We walked in for a weekday lunch and was able to get seated immediately on the "communal table' (a long table that can fit 12 but it didn't feel packed). The restaurant was busy for a weekday! The servers were attentive and checked in with us but not to the point that it was over bearing. As for the foodSalad was delicious and tasted super fresh! I would say it is overpriced for what it is though and I don't need to order it again.Cacio pepe was the star of our meal! It was al dente and buttery. Perfect in every way and had the right amount of pepper. Even though the dish appeared small it was filling. Wild boar ragu pappardelle was a bit on the dry side. Wish it had more sauce.Affogato was delicious! Expresso was very fresh and the gelato was delicious!Will definitely be back to try other stuff!Be the first to Reply
Waited 30 minutes for an 8:45PM reservation with no apologies from the rude hostess and when asked about it, she said you came at 8:50PM which is besides the point. The grilled artichoke and Cacio e Pepe were decent but the food overall was underwhelming. The portions were small and expensive. Will not be coming back.Be the first to Reply
.. left disappointed.Server was very unfriendly.No need to revisit this restaurant.Be the first to Reply
My girlfriend and I made our third visit to New York this year (yay Southwest Companion Pass!) and I signed up for the waitlist on Resy a couple days before our arrival. We were fortunate to get a notice for a 2pm outside patio table as we were taking the bus shuttle from LaGuardia. Upon arrival we were further excited to have our outside patio table upgraded to an inside table which made the experience so much better. The service was friendly and efficient and the food (carpaccio, cacio de pepe) was excellent. Sitting two tables away from an actor we both greatly admire made the experience even more wonderful. NY!!!Be the first to Reply
I've tried several popular Italian restaurants in the city, and Via Carota was the best recently (my second favorite was Misi in Brooklyn). Via Carota not only makes fantastic pastas, but also it has lots of other choices for balance, like meats and vegetables. My favorite non-pasta dish was the Radicchio Treviso - which is grilled radicchio, with some soft goat cheese on the bottom and pine nuts on the top. It was super delicious!! Many restaurants have great salad, but barely has great cooked veggies.Speaking of pasta, I ordered gorgonzola gnocchi and my friend ordered mushroom ragu stracci - the latter one was not on the regular menu, it was a special dish. Both of them were super nice!! I was going to order cacio e pepe, but had a craving for gorgonzola so I decided to try how it goes with gnocchi, and it turned out to be a delightful surprise! And mushroom stracci was also nice! The only thing that was not perfect was the stracci pasta sticked together a little bit - it didn't affect the overall experience, but could've been done better.The fried green olives with pork was also great! Never tried this kind of combination and I liked it!Last but not least - the dessert! They have too many dessert choices and I wanted to try them all - too bad I only have one stomach lol. Finally we ordered zabaione and coffee affogato. I liked them both! They were not super heavy or sweet, so they were perfectly balanced.Finally I want to mention the services. Before I came here, I saw some reviews saying they were famous for rude services, but my experience was great. Our waitress and other staff were far away from "rude". They were super nice and considerate. When we ordered, we were too hungry so we ordered much more than we could eat, so in the middle of the meal, we asked our waiter if we could cancel the rest dishes that had not been served yet, and she very kindly did it for us.Overall all, I loved Via Carota and will definitely come back soon.Be the first to Reply
I went with a buddy and grabbed a reservation a month in advance through Resy, and given how notoriously difficult it is to get a reservation, I had high expectations coming in. The staff was great and prompt, and the ambiance was very nice inside and a little posh which gives it a cool vibe. The food was good - I got a few dishes with some corresponding pictures below:Arancini: not pictured below, but these were really really good. Light and crispy with chili oil inside gave it a very nice kick to the creaminess of the filling.Cacio e Pepe: I've seen so many reviews claiming the best in the city, but this was so so and not worth getting again imo. The noodles were very very firm, and there was too much butter. Not for me unfortunately.Tagliatelle: this was a very unique take on a tagliatelle inspired dish and I honestly was impressed, even tho it was heavy again on the butter. The dish itself was like a butter cream sauce with prosciutto on top (the prosciutto was definitely imported btw because it basically melted in your mouth), with parmesan sprinkled on top. What made this unique was the use of nutmeg in the sauce which gave it an aromatic bite that reminded me of like a fall dish - very cool, and I would probably get it again.Pappardelle: another classic, this was the best dish imo. This came with a boar ragu that tasted very similar to an osso buco like dish - with the Parmesan balancing it out the dish was very well rounded and the noodles were great (you can tell they're homemade too based on the texture, delicious!).All in all, it came out to about $120 after tip with no drinks, so it's right in the price range of the nice Italian restaurants in the city (arguably with a bigger portion size than rezdora for example). I think this gets in between a 4 and a 5 on yelp only because of the cacio e pepe, which again as usual is overhyped in nyc. Still very solid Italian food and if I could somehow score a res again I would def come back.Be the first to Reply
Went on a Monday and waited about an hour and a half at the cute bar across the street. Worth the wait.Be the first to Reply
Small portions and not good food. Not worth the wait or reservation.Be the first to Reply
The staff is really nice, helpful, and service is quick and attentive. Highly recommend their salads and vegetable-based dishes. The pasta and risotto were good too.Be the first to Reply
We come to New York 2 to 3 times a year and on each trip we make a point to dine here. We ventured out on Super Bowl Sunday knowing the restaurants in New York would be quiet. Our party of 3 was able to get in without a wait. Our server was very pleasant however she forgot to tell us the specials and we only realized at the end of our meal when we heard another server explain it to their guests. Our trips to Via Carota were always for the pastas. On this visit, we had the Tonnarelli Cacio Pepe and the Pappardelle Wild Boar Ragu. The Tonnarelli lacked flavor and had no pepper taste, just a plate of cheese pasta. The Boar Ragu was tough and bland. We left the ragu on the plate and ate the pasta. Both pasta portions were smaller than usual. The Panissa - fried chickpea was delicious. A very pleasant surprise as we had no idea what to expect. Very disappointing trip after so many wonderful visits. Sadly this will not be our go to restaurant in New York anymore. A lot of money to spend for below average pastas.Be the first to Reply
Everyone was so nice, they seated us right away, and the atmosphere was great. I would go back here in a heart beat and definitely recommend going to everyone I know!Be the first to Reply
This place sometimes has amazing dishes and sometimes has mediocre dishes; kind of hit or miss. Last time we went a couple of the dishes were too oilyBe the first to Reply
All totally delicious. This is very good Italian in a friendly environment--would definitely return.Be the first to Reply
However, I felt like it is overrated for the cost. I got the pasta with prosciutto. It was good, but it was expensive and the portion was small.Be the first to Reply
After a couple attempts we finally got a table outside around 5pm on a very very hot Tuesday. Service got better as the evening went on since we really liked this one guy who ended up taking the table from another waitress? She seemed very cranky and suggested we ordered things on the menu that were expensive options only, which comes off kinda insincere. Ok onto food- we ordered cocktails to start and waiter immediately ordered Zucchini Fritti for us- yum! Great to share with cocktails! We then ordered Burrata (very small sadly) and the Carciofi alla Griglia (grilled artichokes with aioli)- this was delish! They are known for artichoke dishes so I would recommend you try one! Yum. We then shared the Tagliatelle (with prosciutto/peas) - pasta was good! We liked the meal.. not sure it's worth waiting over an hour though? Glad to finally check this off the list!!Be the first to Reply
Once was ok, all other visits were just bad. The service lacks warmth and hospitality. Its also slow and inattentive. The food is really sub-par. Occasionally I've had a dish like, for example on my one good visit I really enjoyed the watermelon salad (Cocomero) and I had a nice grilled Sea Bream. But those are the only two items I recall liking in particular and I wouldn't say either are worth running back for. And of course its all very expensive! Poor service, food that mostly misses, and expensive - big thumbs down. I think the food is the most important part but if the service and general experiance of eating here was better I'd have given it 3 stars.Be the first to Reply
The Leafy Green Salad and Artichokes w/ Aioli are an absolute must. While it may seem extravagant to spend $21 on a salad. Each leaf feels like it was hand picked for your bowl and carries the perfect amount of dressing. NOTE: It can be a bit challenging to eat--the leaves are piled sky high, well-oiled, and plentiful--so if you're with someone with whom you'd like to think you are graceful (dates, employers, etc), I recommend something less challenging like the Cacio E Pepe (also fantastic) Ambiance is wonderful--the bar is particularly beautiful and the pew-style chairs with menu cubbies give Italian catholic school. The staff is very friendly (even when they tell you the wait is 3+ hours, which can be hard to pull off!). Getting seated is objectively impressive and the lack of reservation enhances the experience. After all, patience is a virtue.Be the first to Reply
( rude doorman) on a Sunday afternoon. Ordered caccio e Pepe. Pasta was soggy and had too much kraft ? Parmesan. It felt like it was a warmed up leftover with some garlic oil. My partner said her pasta tasted like a salty chef boy r dee. Service was slow and the appetizer tasted like a rice ball from a deli. Skipped dessert for obvious reasons.Be the first to Reply
Via Carota is the most beautiful restaurant--- food, service, atmosphere, location is all exquisite. . I never miss it when visiting NYC.Be the first to Reply
I don't really understand the hype over this place, it was good but not exceptional. Had the tomatoes with bread and oil to start, then the cacio e pepe and a lobster pasta special for mains. I'd go back but I definitely wouldn't call this one of the best Italian spots in the cityBe the first to Reply
Food is fabulous and shout out to the sweetest host! I asked to move tables because we were near the restroom and I was hoping to grab a window seat. She totally accommodated once a table opened and I am very appreciative!Be the first to Reply
Reservations are hard to come by because they save most of their tables for walk-ins, so go early (probably like 5/5:30pm depending on the day) to put your name down on the waitlist. Walk across to Bar Pisellino to have a cocktail until you're called. Congratulate yourself because you've just nailed date night in the WV. You can't go wrong with ordering, everything is great, so just pick whatever your heart desires :)Be the first to Reply
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