Located on Detroit's east side in Grosse Pointe Woods, reminiscent of a home-style restaurant in Italy, this friendly trattoria is just right for ... More
Andiamo Trattoria - Grosse Pointe Woods
Located on Detroit's east side in Grosse Pointe Woods, reminiscent of a home-style restaurant in Italy, this friendly trattoria is just right for casual, family dining. Featuring a real brick pizza oven and big portions, Trattoria Andiamo also has a fabulous Piano bar. Reservations accepted, extensive wine list, bar is cigar friendly, handicap accessible.
Reviews for Andiamo Trattoria - Grosse Pointe Woods: 3
By A Yahoo Contributor, 1/23/08
I don't think these other 2 people really understand what is good or what is bad.One of them refers to this as a pizza place.It is in fact a very good,in my opinion, THE BEST IN THE DETROIT AREA, Italian Restaurant. I would guess that Pizza is just a side bar on the menu. I go there with my family on special occasions and Holidays sometimes because this is a special place with the best food( Italian) around. I have never had their Pizza and would not waste a trip there for Pizza,that's just dumb with all the wonderful things they have to offer.I am not Italian but I have been married to the best one there is, as well as the best cook of Italian foods.I always get Italian food when I go out to compare against my wife of 37 years,this is the only place that I can not knock their food.My advise,call Little Caesar's or Domino's if you want Pizza, what the? Pay attention!
We were not impressed with the menu and we were thankful we didn't order the recommended pizza after the table next to us got theirs and it looked undercooked and overrated. In fact, Little Ceasers $5 pie looked a little better. The Salmon salad was ok and the spinach crepes were unlike any other crepes we've had to the point of being not legally called crepes. They were tasty though. Overall, overpriced and overrated. Come on - havarti on chicken parm??