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“Don't let low prices pull you in”
Review of Sugo vino e cucina - CLOSED

Sugo vino e cucina
Cuisines: Italian
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 25 May 2013

The food was just terrible. I ordered a salad & ravioli. Salad good, ravioli, Chef Boyardee better & I hate canned ravioli! My husband had fried zucchini flowers & spaghetti with clams. Zucchini okay...spaghetti had manilla clams (the very tiny ones) & there were 5 of them. Spend a few more dollars & go somewhere else!

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Reviewed 28 December 2011

This welcoming neighborhood restaurant was only a few doors down from our apartment, but its location is only one reason we returned again (and again). the maitre'd / owner was always welcoming and inviting. He welcomed our attempts at speaking Italian, but also spoke English without hesitation. The waiter could explain the dishes easily (accommodating for a vegetarian), and the service was excellent (unobtrusive and timely). The second visit was for prosecco and dessert; we asked to owner to surprise us--he made Perfect choices. Our third visit was for our final night in Italy. We were welcomed back like old friends. Again, the perfect service, absolutely delicious food, and again the perfect " surprise us" dessert choices. Sugo also has a great wine list , by, of course, Italian regions. Our departure finale was hugs and Italian double-cheek kisses from the owner and the waiter. The food is excellent and the service is like family.

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Thank jdv2011
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Reviewed 15 June 2011

This was my first night on this visit to Rome so I was keen to eat locally. To my delight, I found this restaurant just minutes from my accommodation. The multi lingual maitre de was welcoming and considerate as I was dining alone (not a problem for me but he was sensitive) An amuse bouche of lacy thin crispy toast served with a white bean and garlic pate augured well for the meal to come. A fresher than fresh salad of fennel, red and green lettuce, baby tomatoes and thin strips of carrots went down well with a fine local red and a basket of good Italian bread. My main course was spaghetti with baby octopus and mussels that had a hint of chilli that deepened nicely as the meal progressed. The dessert of summer fruit soup was tempting but I was replete so made do with the excellent espresso to finish. The ambience and food in Sugo more than made up for the excuse for a pannino and cappucchino I had at a bar on arrival at Lepanto metro. The chipped paint on the restaurants chairs belies the high quality of Sugo. A la prossimo!!

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Reviewed 28 October 2015
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Reviewed 31 January 2015
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