The Italian 'mangia mangia' literally translates as 'eat eat' - and you should do just that at this delightful little cafe! The freshly-made pastas ... More
The Italian 'mangia mangia' literally translates as 'eat eat' - and you should do just that at this delightful little cafe! The freshly-made pastas are to die for, and the wine list allows you to choose from over 350 different selections. House specialties include Fresh Sea Scallops, and Rigatoni with Jumbo Shrimp, but if you feel like something more exotic, you can start off your meal with appetizers like Escargots and Gratin of Grilled Fresh Asparagus. Eating at Mangia Mangia keeps both your tummy and your wallet full!
We went there because of a local recommendation and were pleased. The food was very good, and the portions were generous. The place gets busy and things get a little hectic which has a negative impact on service. I think they could use a little help on organization of tasks. All in all it was good food and a good value which is hard to find in Key West.
We went here because of all the great reviews, and were not impressed. The House salad was just salad, with 2 wedges of tomato and a little red onion. The Pastas were Ok but nothing exceptional, we had Bolito, Shrimp, Alfredo and Meat sauce.
Everything's Homemade. Good portions, great value. Not just another cookie-cutter restaurant.
Wine list is comprehensive and also features a good selection by the glass.
This restaurant is a Key West institution.
Great Italian! Everything is homemade, and you can tell! We had a wonderful pasta dinner and wine. Most affordable place we ate with a high quality food. A bit off the beaten path, and worth every step it took to get there. Server was super friendly, a bit slow, but that is life on the island. Relax and enjoy the pasta!
Spent the weekend in Key West with a group of 12 friends, we had dinner at Mangia Mangia and we all loved it. The pastas and the seafood were all fresh and delicious. The Broccoli Rabe was incredible. The service wasn t the greatest but overall it was an enjoyable dining experience...will definitely be back.
We ate there Thursday, 25 FEB and were quite disappointed. We ordered two of the house specialties, the brocolli rape dish and a chicken dish.
First: The chicken dish was maybe average and the tomato sauce was below average. The homemade pasta was overcooked and consequently stuck together. Portions were generous.
Second: The sausage in the brocolli rape dish was non-descript and the entire dish was served in about 3/8ths inch of water either from the pasta or the steaming of the the brocolli. The brocolli was very fresh and well prepared.
Service was very good. House wine was acceptable.We shall not return as this was our second time. I honestly feel this place would not survive 6 months in Manhattan. I believe another Italian restaurant could suceed in Key West.
Waitress seemed bored and didnt offer us any more than a few slices of mini bread. But charged for marinara to dip in. Shared a seafood dish that had 1 mussel 2 shrimp 2 scallops ate from the same dish and was charged a split fee. Food was ok, but I would go someplace with better service food and view for the money.
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