Romeo�s Kitchen and Cocktail is a wine bar serving an eclectic mix of authentic Mediterranean Spanish cuisine. The restaurant has a cozy and inviting atmosphere with a d�cor to match that invites its patrons to relax and enjoy a drink or two. There is also outdoor seating available on a patio for the customers to take advantage of.
The restaurant serves a good selection of menu items under the watchful eye and culinary expertise of Chef Tony Molares. The popular choices at the Romeo�s Kitchen and Cocktails are the Ceaser Salad, Scallop and Potato Napolean and the grilled pizza.
Romeo's is a great new restaurant up The Hill. It offers an extensive menu providing an option for tapas or entree dining. The mussels in curry sauce are simply amazing (worth a second trip all by themselves) and everyone loved their entrees. Nice, Spanish-themed decor, but it was hard to get a feel for the atmosphere as it was a slow night. I hope word spreads, because this is a great non-Italian alternative with great food on/near Atwells Ave. We will definitely be back.
This was a great experience for restaurant week. We will return to try more of the menu.
We loved this beautiful restaurant so much we don't want to tell anyone about it! The food was outstanding and the atmosphere just what we love - very European and classy. We love that they offer tapas for those who don't have huge appetites.
The night we were there - it was noisy because of a party or function. However, the food was excellent and my husband and I will return sometime this summer.
Overall very pleasant experience. The food is excellent. Pleasing to the eye as well as to the palate. The food and drinks are a bit pricy, but in line with all of the restaurants on "The Hill". The service was exceptional. Our sever Michaela did a wonderful job. Jaime Lynn behind the bar is a real asset, as she is fun and professional!
Ordered grilled pork, beans and rice. Pork was fatty and tough, refried beans were cold. Salad was wilty and overdressed. Think they need to decide whether they want to be an Italian or Spanish restaurant. Being both might work in the suburbs, but here in Prov with so many good choices for food and more sophisticated diners, a restaurant has to decide on a cuisine and excel or they fail. With so many Italian restaurants, I would recommend they go with Spanish Tapas and upgrade the quality of food. I would love to see a Dali (Cambridge, MA) menu and qualoty food in this space. The decor is nice, basically the same as when it was Adesso, and the waitress was very attentive.
We had an outstanding meal and Romeo's Kitchen. We shared four Tapas and a Risotto. Everything was delicious. We especially enjoyed
the Stuffed Red Pepper dish and the Eggplant with Portobello Mushroom dish. They were unique and very tasty. The risotto was one of the best I've ever had. All in all a GREAT new restaurant in Providence. Also the portions (even the Tapas) were very generous. I would absolutely recommend this restaurant and we will be back.