Piccola Cucina Osteria Siciliana
Fist of all, inside seating is crowded, little table spacing. Second, mediocre food experience. We had swordfish as appetizer, hardly taste the original fish flavor as tomato sauce and mozzarella are way too strong; Lobster linguine is mediocre, unless you are a person of spaghetti or noodles very much, otherwise you had better choice to enjoy seafood/Italian food. To be honest, not impressed and basically don’t get the hype.
Taste was pretty good as well as the size of the burger
My partner and I came here on a Saturday evening sans reservation. Be warned, this is a very popular place so you’ll have to wait.
However, the wait is definitely worthwhile. The staff is very friendly, and once you are at the table food and drinks flow pretty quickly.
We started with the stuffed calamari. Then we had the sardine fennel and orange salad, a hit with my partner. It had a beautiful balance between the saltiness of the sardines and the sweetness of the oranges, I definitely recommend over the calamari.
One of the best Italian restaurants I have had in New York.
One of the best Italian restaurants I have had in New York. At least three tables around us with actual Italian people dining … some of the servers seem to be Italian too.
I’d recommend sharing all dishes… the pastas are very well served. We loved the truffle bruschetta, the stuffed artichoke salad is so good and the green pasta is amazing too…
There are only a few restaurants we like coming back, this seems to be one of them.
Piccola Cucina Osteria Siciliana is a cozy Italian restaurant in New York, specializing in authentic Sicilian cuisine. With a focus on fresh, high-quality ingredients and traditional recipes, the restaurant offers a diverse menu that includes pasta, seafood, and meat dishes, all bursting with the flavors of Sicily.
Simple Italian outpost serving salads & homestyle pastas along with an extensive wine list.