dell'anima

38 8th Ave
New York NY 10014
(212) 366-6633
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dell’anima - West Village - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide
A former Babbo sommelier and an ex–Del Posto kitchen whiz open an unassuming little trattoria and attract mobs of salivating foodies. See the review of this Italian restaurant at 38 Eighth Ave. in Manhattan.
http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/dellanima/
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Erin G.
The poached egg, polenta, & shrimp brunch special was one of the best things I've ever eaten. If it's not available, baked eggs are supposedly very similar.
Nidhi B.
Dark chocolate pistachio tart is to die for. Start with charred octopus for sure.
The Food Sluts
Somewhat sloppy food makes this seem more like a wine bar than restaurant. While the pastas were tasty (in the $20 range) char grilled octopus ($19) was more charred than grilled. Loud, cramped space.
Sally Y.
charred octopus, risotto alla pilota, pappardelle integrale
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SaraDISH S.
Order various bruschetta for the table. Soooo tasty
SaraDISH S.
Octopus is cooked to perfection
Razorfish
Al dente, full of flavor, and home made. Great service, beautiful interior, you definitely get what you pay for.
Viviana P.
Dishes were all delicious, fav was the carbonara and scallops crudo. For dessert, the rum cake with salted gelato is a must!
Showtime Network
Be sure to check out Anfora, the wine bar next door. There’s definitely no holy water in their glasses!
Albert C.
The pasta was so good.
Sonali S.
Fabulous brunch! Try the polenta, shrimp, poached eggs plate. It leaves an amazing sense of satisfaction on the palette.
Matt D.
Say hello to Joey, he's the co-owner and wine genius behind this place.
The Wall Street Journal
Consider the house-made pastas ($17-$18) or the popular charred octopus with chorizo dish ($16).
Karen R.
The octopus appetizer. So good, I order two for dinner every time! Best in the city.
Julie C.
Start with the Octopus, it's simply amazing and what Dell is known for. Feeling adventurous? Then start with the sweetbreads. They melt in your mouth. Yum.
anthony v.
Best negroni in town. Stop by for a drink at the bar and crostinis
Dan G.
best pastas ever. get the risotto or the bolognese
Victor M.
The pasta with mushrooms was fabulous. And the skirt steak was perfect too.
Amanda K.
It may not be the obvious brunch order, but get the farrotto. Healthy (maybe?) and delicious.
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