All'onda is a trendy New York City restaurant that offers Venetian-inspired fare and an extensive list of Italian wine. Guests love the rosemary focaccia that comes before every meal, but be sure to try the fresh mozzarella with sourdough for an amazing bread service that All'onda diners can�t get enough of.
The menu at All'onda includes items for vegetarians such as eggplant miso parmesan as well as meat eaters such as crusted short ribs. Meatballs, risotto and more make the menu perfect for lovers of Italian fare, but there are also specialty fusion dishes such as miso ramen available on the All'onda menu. Don�t forget to try the delicious olive oil cake before you go.
I used to love this restaurant and their pastas...seems to have gone downhill.
Excellent drink- we had a storm at sea and it was amazing! The food was really enjoyable and tasty. The acoustics were also very good... lots of people but we could hear each other perfectly. Loved it and will be returning.
Somewhat disappointed. The uni pasta was too salty and heavy, but portion was small. The cauliflower was overlooked and goopy. The short rib was great but not amazing.
The food at this restaurant has been very good to excellent since it opened a few years ago. This time the polenta with mushrooms was excellent and the branzino simple and very good. The wine stewards recommendation of wine was right on and at a favorable price. I regularly recommend this restaurant to friends.
They should do away w/ lunch at this place - because people recommend it based on their dinner menu, and the lunch menu is a far cry. Also, there's a MAJOR construction project going on right now next door, very distracting - noise wise, smells wise, and more. Don't go here for lunch, total let down.
Definitely not worth the money. $16 drinks that are the size of a thimble and very mediocre food with relatively high prices. Impersonal service. Skip it.
Waiter had a chip on his shoulder larger than the combined mass of one appetizer, two entrees, 10 oysters (including the shells) and two glasses of wine.
Have been here before and loved the food. Last Sunday pretty empty and the service was terrible...drinks took 15 min...no one at the bar and just a few tables upstairs...food all way too too salty...maybe a sunday chef??? wait staff?? whatever not good
Having recently returned from Italy I was looking for something authentic. This fit the bill.
Why do foodies recommend this place? Don't get it..service is nice but food really not good ( horrible mix of edamame with cheese, burned carrots, greasy lamb pasta..) avoid it!