About this business

  • Cuisine
    Italian, Cafe, American, Vegetarian
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Website
    saporissimorestaurant.com
  • Price
    $$$$$
  • Cuisine
    Italian, Cafe, American, Vegetarian
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Attire
    Casual
  • Alcohol
    Available
  • Parking
    Lot
  • Free Parking
    Yes
  • Delivery
    No
  • Takeout
    Yes
  • Reservations
    Yes
  • Catering
    Yes
  • Good For Groups
    Yes
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Tips

Catherine O.
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Report | a year ago
Salad and appetizer were very good. Entrees not so great. Service was supercilious.
Edwin L.
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Report | a year ago
Keep up the good work
steven g.
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Report | a year ago
very, very nice wait staff
Mary R.
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Report | a year ago
Great night out with great customer service and fabulous food
Theodore B.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Charming atmosphere coupled with epicurean dining experience…not to be missed!
Beatriz M.
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Report | a year ago
I want to come back
Jarrett B.
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Report | a year ago
Making the 4 course menu a little bit bigger would be a plus.
Bob D.
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Report | a year ago
Given that it wasn't that busy, seating inside the main room would have been more intimate
Joan J.
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Report | a year ago
There were a few spots where it was quite cold, but we found a nice table after three times. The music which was piped in was rather loud and could have been a better type of music, maybe Italian romantic.
Felicia B.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Excellent
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From Our Editors

In a space described by the owners as "rustic chic," Saporissimo’s chefs knead and roll out fresh pasta dough, shave pungent truffles, and prepare wild game to populate a menu that celebrates traditional Tuscan cuisine. Named a defender of Italian culinary excellence by the Italy-America chamber of commerce and praised in the Sun Sentinel for its “unobtrusive, yet attentive” service, Saporissimo seats its guests in chocolate-hued chairs next to white tablecloths in the dining room of what used to be a private house. From the muted yellow walls, sunlight streams through windows during the day to alight on plates of Italian cuisine that Miami's Italian consul general has recognized as authentic, including antipasti of duck-breast carpaccio or a truffled polenta with wild-boar ragu.

Strings of party lights along the ceiling create a warm, low-lit atmosphere at night, encouraging intimate conversations and clandestine swaps of microfiche between bites of pappardelle with wild-boar sausage or wild rabbit braised with wine, garlic, and peppers. Inset into an exposed-brick wall, a six-pane window augments the feeling of dining in a private Tuscan home.