Moro Restaurant Wilmington

American
1307 North Scott Street, Wilmington, DE 19806 1307 North Scott Street, Wilmington Directions
Closed Today Closed All Hours
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91% of 2146 customers recommended

About this Business

  • Cuisine
    American, Contemporary, Italian, Mediterranean, Cafe
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Price
    $15-$30
  • Hours
    Sun-Mon
    Closed
    Tue-Sat
    5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Cuisine
    American, Contemporary, Italian, Mediterranean, Cafe
  • Meals
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
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  • Attire
    Casual
  • Alcohol
    Available
  • Parking
    Street
  • Delivery
    Yes
  • Takeout
    Yes
  • Reservations
    Yes
  • Vegetarian Options
    Yes
  • Catering
    Yes
  • Good For Groups
    Yes
  • Vegan Options
    Yes
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Tips

250
832 Tips
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Report | 8 hours ago
Difficult to make a reservation. Apparently, they dropped Open Table, and their was not good communication if you had a table or not. Also, I favor large plate entrees and they are moving towards small plates that lack appeal to me.
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Report | 9 hours ago
Their service is good.
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Report | 11 hours ago
Quality of food was below average and over priced. We were there at 5:30pm on a Thursday. The place was empty. Two couples came in around 6:15PM. Cook had a beard with no net. My wife had to send back her plate due to hair in it. Waiter said that the beard length was below State rules to have to wear a net. But I have different rules-no beard hair in our meal. I guess the cook is more important than the customers. I had cod fish. It was grey and without taste most likely frozen. Cod should be thick and white at $26.00. I sat on a bed of spinach and mashed potatoes which was good. My wife's meal was poor and the desert for $8 was terrible. We are not picky people but this experience was rough. Never come back and never recommend to anyone.
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Report | 11 hours ago
We have been to Moro many times and usually enjoyed the experience. The kitchen puts out delicious food-best risotto ever and great Brussels sprout dish. But the ambiance is very dated, and the service friendly, well meaning but amateurish. There was no wine list-seriously, none. We asked for a Pinot Grigio but they didn't have one. Recommended a Vino Verde for $35. It was a twist top $9 bottle of mediocre white. When we told the waiter we thought it was overpriced, he said he could "let us have it for $30." More like a yArd sale than a fine restaurant. Front of house was nonexistent. The few waitresses standing around could have cared less. When Moro closes, I will follow this chef to his next restaurant, he is that good. But the experience at Moro does not do the food justice.
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Report | 12 hours ago
Some really great small plates.
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Report | 4 days ago
Food and service were excellent! Highly recommended!!!
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Report | 7 days ago
I was never able to make a reservation since Open Table was always down and no one ever answered the restaurant phone number (and I tried calling multiple times on different dates).
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Report | 12 days ago
Nice atmosphere, friendly staff and great martinis!
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Report | 14 days ago
Great menu, excellent service...but take a sweater. Overactive AC was so cold I had to take my dessert to go! Couldn't bear to lingereven, though the space is lovely and there was no suggestion that we had to rush.
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Report | 14 days ago
Not what it used to be, very limited and not great service. That is likely the reason they no longer use open table.
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From Our Editors

Moro Restaurant's head chef, Michael DiBianca, orchestrates a market-inspired menu of seasonal dishes, reinventing traditional recipes and creating new dishes that showcase individual ingredients. From his teen years through adulthood, Michael gained culinary experience working at produce stands, fish markets, and fine restaurants, including apprenticing with a French chef and arm-wrestling with a local seafood kingpin. Carrying on this vision, culinary crews make weekly visits to local markets in search of ingredients and inspiration, and use their findings to change menus weekly or daily. Dishes incorporate freshly imported Chilean turbot, truffles from Oregon, and sushi-grade fish from Hawaii, and the same fine fare can also grace public gatherings as part of restaurant-style catering services. An extensive wine list gathers fine libations from Italy, Australia, Argentina, and France, blending more international influences than a Twister tournament between prime ministers.

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