Went to this restaurant on a personal recommendation - the food was very good, attentive service. Would recommend for anyone wanting itialian food - just a little pricey.
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When it comes to Italian food, we're spoiled and picky. Trattoria Delia basically lived up to our standards. It's a great choice for a more upscale Italian restaurant in Burlington. You won't rave to your friends back home about it, but it was an enjoyable...More
We had 3 restaurants to choose from and finally chose this one when we found out the Bistro de Margot was closed on Sundays. Our luck ! The food was to die for ! I couldn't stop eating the bread... then cam the short ribs...More
We went here for dinner during an anniversary getaway in Burlington. We sat at an intimate little table by the fireplace, it was very romantic & perfect for the occasion. We got an appetizer, bottle of wine, 2 entrees, dessert & cappuccino. Everything was to...More
Very rustic but tasteful decor and very sophisticated ambiance. Not stuffy or pretentious...just right! Sat at the bar because it was full but didn’t need to be at the table. Bartender was pleasant, professional and knowledgeable and made us feel very comfortable. Burratta was fresh...More
Warm atmosphere, attentive service, varied wine list. Food consistently excellent from home made pasta to the beef choices.
We went to Trattoria Delia on Saturday night. Had been there years ago and remember having a great experience. My memory was not wrong - this place is something special. The ambience is quiet and cozy, you are in editely transported into the Old World....More
Expensive but pretty good food. I had the short rib and ragu pasta. Long delay between the appetizer and main course but the manager was very nice about it and then got the the course out quickly and comped us for the main dishes which...More
We were looking for something new to try while up visiting our daughter for Family Weekend, I turned to Trip Advisor like I always do. Trattoria Delia was highly rated and homemade gnocchi is a huge draw for me and my kids. While the gnocchi...More
Charming spot. Fun to find an Italian restaurant-certainly a cuisine that was once ubiquitous but isn't as on trend these days. Busy Friday night but we happily sat at the bar. This usually affords us the opportunity to chat with staff about the dishes and...More