I should have avoided Italian in the Caribbean however I tried dinner. I ordered the lobster pasta and there was 1 single piece of lobster. The sauce was heavy and tasteless! Avoid at all costs!
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On the Monday before hurricane Maria, this place was the only place open and we could walk there from the Marriot. Just a short walk....food was hot, delicious, plentiful and the beer cold. Reasonably priced.
I had a very tasty Lobster salad here for lunch.No AC in the dining room, it was really hot and uncomfortable and I assume that it's probably a better place for dinner when the Sun is down.I'd try it for dinner on my next trip.
After a long day of travel to get to the Island we walk into Ciao as the menu posted seemed to meet what we where looking for. It claims to be authentic Italian cuisine but if our meals were to be the gauge it is...More
Family meal with 2 teenagers, children had pizza and both couldn't manage them. I had Calzone which was excellent and my wife had a chicken dish which was also very good. Before the meal offered bread and small bruschetta which was very nice. Just a...More
The quality at Ciao has gone downhill since they relocated. We tried twice, once for pizza, once for dinner meal. Both were terrible quality food, poor service and over priced.
We had dinner here one night. Everyone seemed to like there pasta, though the sauce was a bit different from what I'm used to for a typical red sauce. Not saying that that is a bad thing but it was different.