Enjoying a spring lunch on Terroni's terrace is always a pleasure. Pizza was really great, Gnocchi a bit poor and kind of disappointing...
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My wife, son, and daughter had dinner at Terroni on February 15th of this year to celebrate my son's birthday; my son chose this establishment as he lives in Toronto and eats here on occasion. We could not believe how noisy this place is; very hard to carry on a conversation with people across the table from you - you... More
The pizzas are excellent and the atmosphere is friendly and bustling. Great for friends and families too. Service is prompt and friendly. Love the Margherita always and this time we added the Cosi with porcini mushrooms, Fontina and prosciutto - it was very tasty. Good wine list with different price ranges - much appreciated.
There is nothing special about this restaurant. It is very overrated. So many other real Italian places. Very arrogant people working there. You pay $6.00 per Ravioli. Yes its $24.00 for 4 tiny pieces. This is a place that trendy people like to go to and show off that they went.
Good food. Good wine. Service was fine.I definitely go back for the food but the waiting time was a little bit long.
Teroni used to be a great place to go for a good pizza and a reasonably priced glass of wine. Pizza still excellent wine prices have gone through the roof, so much so I don't order wine anymore. . Why the price hike ??
Place is very small and it seemed really crowded, I requested a "quiet" area but there is no such thing... The food was not bad but the portion sizes are extremely small and the price is high. I got cheese ravioli and there were (literally I'm not exaggerating) FOUR ravioli pieces in my place... that I proceeded to devour in... More
As a gluten free eater there are not many Italian restaurants that can fill the bill when it comes to satisfying my palate. Terroni's, however, was fantastic. I had a wonderful dish of red snapper, sans pasta, and it was great. Small digs with a great atmosphere, but you have to watch where you sit to avoid cold weather drafts.... More