We were with a bus group. The food was very good, especially the garlic bread! They were extremely organized and never kept us waiting. Very good restaurant in Manhattan.
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You MUST get the stuffed artichoke!! The best I've ever had. Fresh hot bread and full bar to accommodate any taste. Had the Chicken Travolta and it was delicious. Service was a little on the slow side, but since we were in no rush, it...More
Great food and excellent staff. Passed the restaurant several times and noticed the large portions. If you're hungry, its a must eat location for you. I opted to share appetizers so I can get a little more variety and not get too full on 1...More
Went to feast in little Italy, had lunch at Puglia. The best stuffed artichoke ever! Eggplant & ravioli were very good also. Reasonable prices. Service was wonderful! Very friendly gentleman singing Italian songs! Perfect afternoon & lunch. Looking forward to go back.
Adding gratuity post tax??? It's almost illegal. I called them out on it and caught the waiter in a lie. They thought we were tourists, whom they regularly rip off, but they were surprised to see we were locals. We went and had so much...More
Recently visited the shrinking Little Italy section of New York and had the opportunity to dine at Puglia's . Having been established in 1919 I was looking forward to the food. The service was prompt after being seated in the side room in the back...More
Located in a busy area in little italy near china town, the place is nice having a swift service. Food was average. we ordered a shrimp pasta but only 4 shrimps were added. Affordable prices.
Enjoyed the rice ball angeline, almost like the Sicilian arnacine. We also feasted on the Little Italy style veal chops as well as the seafood 'Fra Diavolo'