We are Italian and very fussy about about Italian food in restaurants. This place is exquisite. We will be back.
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This was our first visit and when they brought the complimentary bruschetta I thought the couple we were with had pre-ordered. This rosy red plate of sweet tomatoes over Melba toast was the best start to a meal I’ve had in a while. The bread...More
Favorite Italian restaurant in boca. Tomatoes at the beginning are always so fresh. Tons of specials and great vibes. Anything you order here is amazing
This restaurant offers outstanding Italian dining. From the freshest cut tomatoes, to the delicious appetizers, to the mouthwatering entres, food is just excellent! Top recommendation: Jumbo Shrimps Saltimboca with asparagus! Our server David from Croatia was the best server, congratulations!
We love this vibrant upscale Italian Trattoria! We try to eat here every time we visit family in Boca. They begin by bringing a delicious tomato bruschetta and a nice selection of bread. We were a party of six, and everyone enjoyed their dinners. Excellent...More
First time here. The place is very quaint and inviting. The overall service was excellent except we should have been offered grated cheese and pepper tableside as it is considered a high end establishment. The bruschetta (complimentary) was very good but could have been diced...More
Went hear after a long drive to boca and was it worth the drive. The service was amazing. Nick our waiter was great the food was quick and so delicious. They have aced Italian food in Florida, have the rigatoni and thank me later. Don’t...More
Food was amazing. Great service cute waiters awesome wine list. When my family is back in town this is our spot!
Trattoria Romano has been one of our favorite restaurants for several years. We had a fabulous dinner tonight. We thoroughly enjoyed the Mussels, Romano Salad, two half orders of pasta, one with clams and the other with asparagus & shrimp, and Angry Lobster. The service...More
Delicious food, simply prepare with fresh ingredients. Everything is great, but I go for the Milanese, or what I like to call the Scaloppine Fred Flintstone. It consists of taking a Prime bone-in Veal Chop, mercilessly pounding it paper thin, serving it breaded and smothered...More