About Osteria Tulia
Naples, FL 34102
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, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Osteria Tulia Ratings and Reviews
One of our favorite Naples restaurants, ...
One of our favorite Naples restaurants, but we do wish that (aside from the nightly specials) they'd vary the menu a bit. Too often we fall back on the same dishes. ThT said, the dishes show imagination in dealing with what could otherwise just be Italian staples.
We had heard so much about this restaura ...
We had heard so much about this restaurant and the outstanding reviews were right on target! The eggplant, olives, capers with olive oil served with fresh bread was out of this world. The wine selection was great and the food outstanding
Osteria Tulia offers the best Italian fo ...
Osteria Tulia offers the best Italian food in Naples. From the delicious slow-roasted egglant served with the bread, to the care taken with all dishes served, I have never had anything but tasty, well-cooked food. I had a salad to begin. The greens were lightly dressed, not overpowering the dish. The greens were topped with a delicious shaved cheese. I had a seafood risotto for my main course. The rice was al dente, the seafood plentiful, and the sauce excellent. I will defintiely dine here again.
ONE OF OUR FAVORITES!! Osteria Tulia has ...
ONE OF OUR FAVORITES!!
Osteria Tulia has been one of our favorites since our first dining experience there. It's creative dining in a casual and energetic setting. They make their own pasta and if I had a complaint it would be their portions are on the small side for those particular entrees. They are so good and you want more. The menu changes regularly but recently we were able to catch the Brancino on the menu twice and it is a wonderful portion and the best I ever had.
One of our guests had a dairy allergy and was really craving one of their pizza's. The chef said he could make him one with goat's cheese and our friend said it was delicious.
Be short to start your meal with the best crusty bread with a soft center topping it with their outstanding eggplant.
Really enjoyed our lunch.. we had a grea ...
Really enjoyed our lunch.. we had a great table by the wall that wasn't too noisy.. great for relaxed conversation. Food was very good and server was quite attentive. Prosecco by the glass was great. Outside tables would be nice if warmer out and no rain...
Will go back.
Tulia is a special dining treat for "Ita ...
Tulia is a special dining treat for "Italian foodies." We sat outside (pretty romantic), service was excellent and the food delicious, interesting and fresh and when possible, locally sourced. I had the duck ragu over homemade pasta and my husband devoured the seafood risotto. We started the meal with the complimentary eggplant coponata, followed by the most delicious artichoke dish. All this was accompanied by a lovely Super Tuscan blend. A great restaurant for a special treat or, did I mention.... pizza is also on the menu.
My wife & I visit Naples regularly & Ost ...
My wife & I visit Naples regularly & Osteria Tulia was a restaurant suggested by many local acquaintances. We were, however, very disappointed in the food, especially the nearly tasteless pizza. Our server was quite good.
I had asked for an outside table when I ...
I had asked for an outside table when I made my reservation a month ago. Unfortunately we did not get a table outside but inside. Service, food was excellent but very noisy inside. I was disappointed. I would only return if sitting outside
Everything was perfect from the minute w ...
Everything was perfect from the minute we sat down. The complimentary eggplant caponata and bread were outstanding. The meatball appetizer couldn't have been better. We all agreed we would come back just for these things. Then all 4 of our dishes were amazing! We had the pork osso buco, a chicken dish, a veal dish and I had the branzino which melted in my mouth! The restaurant was bustling and fun! Our waiter was great, but if I had to nitpick, when we complimented him on the restaurant and the food throughout the evening, he seemed to expect it rather than appreciate it. He was probably just very hurried. Can't wait to come back!
First time visitors to this establishmen ...
First time visitors to this establishment. Family of 4 with two kids (5&7 years). Place reminded me of a hip roman knockoff in NY. Ate inside at a middle table. Plenty of room at the table and warmly lit. Music was eclectic and semi-loud ranging from MGMT "Kids" to Eagles "Hotel Cali". Staff was very attentive and plentiful. Very nice fresh bread served with complimentary eggplant caponata. There was no printed kids menu but the server had a verbal offering of: small skirt steak, Nona's chicken(chicken parm), noodles and butter or marinara, cheese pizza, chicken fingers, small salmon. We started with the Pigs Ears which all of us enjoyed while we waited for our meals. Kids loved the Nona's Chicken served with spaghetti & marinara and the skirt steak served with fries. Both were huge "children's " portions reasonably priced for a trendy restaurant, as we packed up half of each plate in a box headed for home. Wife had the Cacio e Pepe which was very good but wasn't as hot nor as peppery as you would get at a restaurant in Rome. I started with a Caesar salad which was very good but not noteworthy and also had the Garganelli which was outstanding as I could eat it pretty much nightly without complaint. Highly recommend and will also be back many times.
We've dined here several times and like ...
We've dined here several times and like this restaurant very much. Ordered fired pug ears and will pass on them next time. Also had veal loin saltimboca and the veal was chewy - obviously a cheap cut of meat at $39 should be a cutlet.
Went for lunch, leisurely 2 1/2 hour ind ...
Went for lunch, leisurely 2 1/2 hour indulgence. Sat outside. Sunny, 86 degrees. All tables outside filled except one. Attentive, pleasant service, great ambience, feels like Italy.
The food was outstanding. Caponata with fresh Semolina bread is fabulous. Mixed green salad is superb. Tagliatelle Bolognese is just like in Toscana. Unbelievable flourless chocolate cake with an Averna based sauce. Bravo. 5 stars.
This place really got it when it came to ...
This place really got it when it came to us dining with a toddler. Right away the waiter asked what type of schedule he was on (would he last 15 minutes or 70 minutes before melt down?). He got some buttery noodles right away and we got some dessert to go. Great wine and amazing pasta special. Always a little nerve racking to take a kid to a nice place, but they really made it work for everyone.
Lovely early dinner on the patio. Atten ...
Lovely early dinner on the patio. Attentive service and great food. The pig ears were unique and worth the try - best I've ever had.overall a great spot to catch up with friends and on a nice evening, the outdoor seating is great.
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