About Osteria Tulia
Osteria Tulia transports diners to Naples, Florida's first osteria, serving exquisitely prepared Italian peasant cuisine in the ambiance of a lovingly restored Italian farmhouse. Osteria Tulia is the vision of Sicilian-born Chef/Partner Vincenzo Betulia, a long-time Old Naples chef whose flavorful dishes have earned top culinary accolades and a passionate international following.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.
Dinner Nightly: 5 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Corner of 5th Ave S and 4th St
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Wine
Osteria Tulia Ratings and Reviews
Although I love the food and atmosphere ...
Although I love the food and atmosphere I think the food is very over priced. My husband had a hanger steak and it was $38, we could get a filet mignon at shulas for that and the cut of beef is better. The waiter did not once tell me the price of the special and although we should have asked we were shocked at the seafood risotto price at $40! As much as I like the food unfortunately I don't see myself going there as often as I would like because the prices are too high.
the service and food were good except fo ...
the service and food were good except for one dish, the gnocchi, was much too salty.
Everything else was up to the usual high standard. The bar service is excellent and the cocktails are fabulous. The bartenders make it worthwhile to come a little before your reservation time to have a drink at the bar.
Service is good but sometimes what I would call a little "world weary" Maybe after the hard season they have just experienced.
Amazing food and service. We were sittin ...
Amazing food and service. We were sitting beside one of the food pick up areas but the staff was not intrusive at all. What I initially deemed a bad table was fine! I can't say enough about the food. So wonderful!
Osteria Tulia is one of our favorite pla ...
Osteria Tulia is one of our favorite places to dine in Naples. The only downside for us is that my husband is hard of hearing and the noise level can be high at certain times. It doesn't however, prevent us from going! The food is fabulous and our waitress made a suggestion of a Pinot Grigio for me that was smooth as silk. I would highly recommend Osteria Tulia to anyone who would like a really fine Italian meal.
This place has outstanding, authentic It ...
This place has outstanding, authentic Italian food. We started with the Warm House-Made Ricotta which did not disappoint. We split a Baby Spinach - Peach & Strawberry salad which was sweet and refreshing. For entrees, my wife had the Garganelli and I had Tortelloni. The Tortelloni was rich but delicious, and my wife enjoyed the Garganelli. We were told that 2 different pastas could be ordered a split dish which might be a good option for the Tortelloni since it was rich. We tried the Tiramisu for dessert which was a perfect ending to the meal. The restaurant has an energetic vibe that positively adds to the experience. Overall, we had a great experience and would recommend to anyone looking for authentic Italian food.
we had two entrees. i selected an appeti ...
we had two entrees. i selected an appetizer as my entree and it was good. my husband's entree was also good. i just didn't feel like anything was outstanding. we don't have any major complaints. just not a place we would return to given the amount of restaurants to try in the vicinity.
Such a phenomenal spot for dinner in Nap ...
Such a phenomenal spot for dinner in Naples. There were 5 of us and we all ordered different salads and pastas and shared and had such a wonderful evening. I highly recommend the tortelloni with the short rib -- you will not be disappointed by any part of the evening!
Food was delicious, great server.
It was off season when we went, so almost no need for a reservation. We did have our choice of sitting inside or out. We didn't feel that they had tables too close together. Sat outside and a view of the street as people walked by. We had a wonderful server that knew his stuff - answered any questions we had about the menu and made perfect recommendations. Totally enjoyable and looking forward to going back.
Food was good - our gnocchi "special" had substituted noodles but was still very good. Prices are very reasonable here. Would definitely recommend. Didn't have any wine which I'm sure inflates the price a bit, but it's a fairly large wine menu.
I dined at the bar. The bartender was fr ...
I dined at the bar. The bartender was friendly, helpful, but she was never intrusive. She made wonderful drink recommendations. The food was outstanding. From the crispy pig ears to the veal chop it was all delicious. Definitely will go back!
A night out w/ some good friends at Osteria Tulia
Waiter was new, but very attentive.
We started with some Sicilian meatballs and an order of wood fired octopus.
Everyone shared a taste of each others dish.
The Heritage Pork Osso Buco was great. Seafood special was fresh.
My favorite, The Sergeant Pepper Peppers pizza with Fennel sausage was a hit. Just the right blend of sweet and hot.
All plates were left clean.
A couple of bottles of red complemented all of the dishes.
Wonderful environment to reconnect with some good friends and make some new ones.
Awesome Vittles and Great Service
A wonderful dining experience. Quiet enough dining space for a more intimate feel, but a lively bar scene for small bites, drinks and socializing. Wines are heavy on the Italian side - as is appropriate - and the selection is both unique and fairly priced.
Food delicious, service s l o w
Overall, it was fun and the food was very good. But there was just nothing outstanding. My husband, however, did enjoy his pasta, and his palate can be hard to please. I liked the atmosphere for the most part, especially if you are front near the windows, or outside. But the service was S L O W. To the point of annoying.
As amazing as we remembered!
Incredible dinner! Hubby and I went out for date night and shared a bottle of red, the Notorious P.I.G. Pizza, the mussel and clam special, the red snapper, tiramisu, and some gelato. Could not have been happier with the food, service (Marco was wonderful and very knowledgeable) and ambiance. Will absolutely be back.
Four of us enjoyed most dishes we ordere ...
Four of us enjoyed most dishes we ordered except the veal chop that was pretty bland and dry. The Osso Buco was marginal also. The mussels were delicious and so was the tortellini. I must say that the service was very good. We ordered an upper end Barola bottle that was 3 digits and it tasted like a $15 bottle of wine. Unfortunately, we didn't finish the bottle. That was a real downer for me since I enjoy my wine. I should have returned it after the first taste but was hoping it would open up. It never did.
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