The staff and owner were extremely friendly and interactive with us and other guests. The food was ok-- nothing special. Would return just to support the owner.
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Had heard good about Ciao so decided to try it. We ordered the baked lasagna and garlic bread. There was only one layer of lasagna and hardly anything there at all! Wondered where the rest of it was. It had absolutely no flavor. The bread...More
The most Italian thing about the room is the photos, from 1950's Italy. Mac and cheese was not semolina, limp over boiled and lacked cheese. Local clams tiny and overcooked. Portion didn't fill the bowl. First bottle of wine was undrinkable but cheap. Ciabatta spongy....More
I was looking forward to having their Penn Cover mussels, but through no fault of their own, they were not available during my visit, so I had their vegetarian eggplant sandwich, and was pleasantly surprised. It was absolutely Delicious! The portion was very generous, and...More
There other Italian dishes on the menu that are also very good. It can get pretty noisy, so if you're looking for quiet & intimate you may be disappointed. Very family friendly.
Our son and daughter in law who live in Coupeville brought us to Ciao for dinner and we really enjoyed it. Being Italian and from New England, I'm always nervous when we go to Italian restaurants while traveling. Well, Ciao was a nice surprise! Though...More
good food too, especially Penn Cove mussels, avoid the spaghetti complete bar, table wine for $4 nice al fresco dining with good views