Enjoy gourmet culinary creations from the heart of Italy. Vegetarians will delight in the Seacoast's most extensive vegetarian menu choices. ... More
Enjoy gourmet culinary creations from the heart of Italy. Vegetarians will delight in the Seacoast's most extensive vegetarian menu choices. Complement any menu choice with a selection from the extensive wine list. Open daily for dinner. Reservations recommended.
Radici has a phenomenal menu, great service, a good wine list and the food is AMAZING. My girlfriend and I have declared it our favorite restaurant, and its not to expensive to have apps, dinner, desert and wine. Nice decorations, and great bread with olive oil to start (my personal fav).
My husband and I went here over the weekend and the food was fabulous! I had Butternut Squash Ravioli and my husband had Seafood Ravioli, both were great. The service was excellent, ambiance was great, will definately go back again when in Portsmouth!
love this place!!! The best value in downtown Portsmouth. The atmosphere is dim, candles, warm, cozy. Servers are always friendly and helpful and seem happy to be working together. Ask them for the best selections on the menu. They are always honest with my boyfriend and me. Their antipasti is AMAZING and the osso buco is the best i've ever had. They are now offering 1/2 portions of many dishes which is Plenty to eat and makes Radici affordable to any budget.
I don't know what these other people are talking about?? Maybe since Radici has changed owners.... A lot of these other reviews are out of date (2005)and if you prefer the olive garden over radici you should probably stick to newington and stay out of local cuisine!
Also, BIG SAL, if you read all of your other reviews so far the only place you've liked is d'angelo sub shop??!!?
Visited Radici for the 1st time and had the soup special, Butternut Squash soup. It was the most delicious soup myself and my daughter have ever had and I would love to have that recipe. Our meals were prepared very well, however, each dish seemed to lack the proper amount of salt. So I'd suggest the chef either adds a bit more to his dishes, or places salt and pepper shakers on the tables.
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