An upbeat atmosphere with great salads and pastas. A lot of big groups made it kind of noisy ... the floor was really dirty and I found that off putting , The food was really good.
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Used to be my favorite restaurant. Not happy this time. We reserved for 9 people, including an honorable guest who we really want to treat and impress. They gave us very small table and space. Very uncomfortable. The food was not well prepared. All very...More
One of those mystifying places that endures for no particular reason. Extremely limited menu, overpriced food and wine, so-so service. I don't get it.
Travelled all day from Cambridge to Princeton via Newark International, and nightmare drive to Double Tree Hilton Princeton to find their restaurant closed for refurbishing. Lucky to find Teresa's. The ambiance, service and food were great, and we decided to go back there for breakfast,...More
An apparently very popular Italian restaurant in the heart of the village of Princeton. I was able to get a table outside under the arch, which was good because it started raining shortly after I arrived. I wanted to sit outside and the other half...More
After my third attempt to eat we were so disappointed. Firstly the waiter sat us and immediately asks for our drinks order!! When we placed our food order of two salads and a pasta it arrived in less than 5 mins!! If you are truly...More
Excellent presentation of the food and pretty tasty dishes all around. Portions left us a bit hungry--not what you'd expect for $20 entrees. They also short changed us on the wine. For 9-12 bucks a glass, could you fill it at least half way please?...More
I tried a special consisting of Cavatappi, grilled Chicken and a Cream Pesto sauce. My wife had a Pizza and my Son tried the Ravioli. All three dishes were impressive!