Can't handle a busy night.
We were pleasantly surprised as we had never heard of this restaurant before. We will certainly return.
Thanks for a lovely evening.
You have a wonderful little gem of a restaurant. the night I was there you turned away at least 7 people which is unfortunate for them.
Be sure to book a reservation because the place is small. And just as importantly don't book unless you really plan to go. It costs small restaurants a lot when there are last minute cancellations or worse, no shows.
very expensive and not that great
I think if Groupon coupon users were allowed to orderwhatever they wanted on the menu, and the value of the coupon werre removed off the bill, this would work to the advantage of the restauarant. I felt as a coupon user that I was a second-class client. I was limited to soup or a salad. The caesar salad was just romaine lettuce with a dressing, and a tastless foccacia wedge. We were also limited to a pizza or pasta choice, no "secundi", and we were expected to share a dessert. if clients were allowed to choose what they wanted, they may well order more. The service was friendly, and careful.
Great place, will definitely visit again.
From Our Editors
Piccolino translates from Italian as "very little one." In this case, piccolino refers to the quaint vintage villa that houses the rustic Il Piccolino Ristorante. Grape vines wind around the sun-drenched patio framed by trellises that leads to an interior of stucco-textured walls offsetting leather chairs and paisley-print tablecloths. This homespun, Old-World ambiance reinforces a menu of made-to-order Italian comfort food. Chefs stuff manicotti with ricotta and blanket gnocchi in gorgonzola cream sauce. They also adorn pizzas with ingredients such as tiger shrimp, italian sausage, and chili-marinated eggplant for a take on Italian that is both familiar and surprising.
Il Piccolino Ristorante