Row 1

1109 1st Ave (at E 61st St.)
New York, NY 10065
(212) 588-0100
$ $ $
Mon–Sat: Noon–3:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

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  • This place is named for a cast-iron skillet used in Neapolitan cooking. Classics include gnocchi with bufala mozzarella ($14) and salmon carpaccio with arugula and lemon dressing ($10).
  • LOVE their Bronzino with Red Tomatoes w/ Spinach! All Year around, their seasonal menu & wine are great. The staple TIELLA: I would recommend: 1 with Truffle OR 1 with lobster! Great Service!
  • The stracciatella e tartufo tiella is excellent. Good neighborhood spot.
  • Best Italian restaurant for the price level. Authentic and their squid ink pasta is wonderful.
  • The staff is great, the owner is super friendly. Best part, the food is amazing!! Excellent neighborhood find.
  • The whole Branzino is incredible and so is the duck.
  • The specialty dishes are what you should order. Heavy and hearty servings leave you feeling a little too full. The seasonal Ragu is the perfect assortment of meats with tomato sauce.
  • Delish local spot with great food
  • Our Starters (Tuna Tartare and a small pizza with Truffle) were super tasty ! But the Squids and Octopus from the grilled fish place were too chewy...but the service is adorable ! Good value for money
  • In love with their #branzino! And the seasonal #Tiella with #truffle! Chef Castellano will make u fall in love!
  • Pre fixed lunch with orata; the desserts are both delicious.
  • Fantastic food. Risotto is amazing.
  • Duck is good, go medium rare
  • tracciatella E Tartufo Tiella is orgasmic!
  • Had the filet mignon special with peppercorn sauce, pretty bland, appetizers are all really good but not worth price. Best item was artichoke risotto.
  • This hidden East side gem changes its menu regularly, but you can't go wrong with their seasonal offerings of fresh fish, handmade pastas and decadent desserts.
  • Authentic and amazing Italian spot. A bit of an older crowd. Small place and quite popular so make a reservation if you go during busy hours.
  • The best restaurant of the upper east side!
  • The sorrentina tiella is great if you love eggplant as I do
  • Sooooo upper east side. Incredibly long wait between courses but incredibly delicious pastas and pizzas