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Posted by Rick on 01/04/2013
Allow me to begin with making reservations 1 week in advance for a party of 6 for Christmas eve dinner. When we arrived we were greeted courteously and professionally by the valet. We then were courteously and unceremoniously seated at our reserved table which had been added to the room for additional guests, making an already small dinning area that much smaller. The table was situated right next to the main walkway and did it’s best to inhibit all traffic through that area. Upon closer inspection it was discovered that the chairs for this table were in fact garden or patio chairs. This is not acceptable seating for interior dinning especially at a restaurant that was supposed to be so wonderful. When I spoke to the hostess she did not know what to do and said all the other tables were spoken for. ( I must add we were only the 3rd table filled at that time. The rest were empty.) The maître d' over heard and said “seat them at any table”. When I pointed out a table in the corner the hostess informed me we could not have that one as it was set for 7 and we had only a measly 6. So she sat us at the table right next to the one we did not want and it too was an “extra” as could be told by the chairs placed around it also. These at least were kitchen style chairs of the correct height and with a cushion. But they also did not match the other regular dinning room chairs throughout the rest of the room. This table was located on the walkway also and right by the 100 year old meat slicer. We made the best of the situation and proceeded to order. As for the food, I can only speak for my wife and myself. We both ordered the lasagna. upon it’s arrival we discovered it was not made with red sauce, or if it was I couldn’t see it. The wife asked for a side of red sauce but I ate mine as delivered. I must say with out question, for me it was the most unappetizing lasagna I have had in many years. I’m sure I have had worse, but I cannot recall it. The wife did not like hers either, even with the additional sauce. My sister had to borrow some of my wife’s sauce as her pasta with red sauce was lacking too. The rest of the meal was bland, lacking any excitement. No seasoned oil for the stale bread, one little Melba toast sized appetizer with chopped tomatoes, and a salad of lettuce with a couple sliced cucumbers. The wife & I chose to forgo desert as we definitely had had enough mediocrity for one Christmas eve. We will not go back.
Posted by E. J. Kennedy on 12/13/2012
This was the most authenic Italian dinner that I've had state-side. I loved it! This is for the traveled and tasetful. We ate at the bar. Ther service was wondeful and adjusted to our taste. FYI, the Sea Bass is fantastic! If you are near here...eat here! I always will!
Posted by Nino on 09/08/2012
Brought my wife there for our anniversary with 7:30 reservations. So rude and disrespectful was the staff that we picked up and left. On a positive note the young man who valeted our car was charming which is why I gave it a bump up to .5. With so many wonderful places around this place.I would take a pass on this one.
Posted by donna garvin on 07/22/2012
have visited WPB 3 X a yr for 10 years and FINALLY tried Limoncellos in Feb. Our son was married in Rome in Sept. The food was excellent and reminded us of Rome with the hand carved prosciutto assorted aged cheese and olives, fresh artichokes, and porcini mushrooms. Service was perfect and friendly. Staff very accomdating. Looking forward to our next visit!
Posted by Renee' Downs and Tommy Downs, Jupiter on 07/14/2012
My husband and I had dinner tonight at Limoncello. It was wonderful. We were celebrating my husband's and my Birthday and we wanted to do something "Special".. We had heard many good things about the Limoncello but it exceeded our expectations. Our waiter seated us and started us off with a sparkling glass of Cabernet.Each course was better than the prior.. The service was everything you would want it to be, very professional but also kind and personal... My husband ordered the Veal Chop and I had the OssoBuco, veal shank. It was oven roasted to perfection .. the Saffron rice melted in my mouth.. From the Clams Casino appetizer to a special strawberry cake/raspberry sorbet was as I said, "the icing on the cake"...I'm sure the people dining in Palm Beach would wish they were dining with us at the Limoncello. From the time we were seated, until we paid the check, it was a special memorable evening. For reasonable prices, amazing service, and delicious well prepared and served food, it was so good.. We will definitely go back, again and again. Thank you wait staff and Chef.
Posted by Jasper on 07/06/2012
Have eaten there with family and friends and the food is good Italian for fla. some of its strengths e.g. Meatballs and osso bucco but prices are too high atmosphere is mediocre at best. They really rip you off on borderline quality wines charging as if they were vintage. How much can you justify for a plate of spaghetti. The bar is jammed even not in season with the senior citizen crowd but at least they know how to dress and add a little class
Posted by Anonymous on 05/01/2012
The food was good but very pricey. Due to food restrictions I was not able to eat the side dish my entree came with so I substituted with a small side of buttered pasta the waiter informed me there would be an extra cost. $10.50 was outrageous! There are many other good restaurants in the area that are very accommodating .