Located one block north of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, in the heart of the chic Destination Marcy Street district, Il Piatto has been a local ... More
Located one block north of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, in the heart of the chic Destination Marcy Street district, Il Piatto has been a local favorite since 1996. Boasting an authentic Italian farmhouse decor complete with a custom wine cave, wine bar, private banquet facility and sidewalk patio. A leader and proud participant of Farm to Table, Il Piatto sources its ingredients directly from local farms, dairies and ranches. Il Piatto offers prix fixe selections and two daily Happy Hours featuring half price appetizers and glasses of wine. Late night dining seven days a week sets Il Piatto apart, while including classic Italian dishes. Named top 20 Best New Restaurants by Esquire Magazine, featured in Gourmet, Bon Appetite, Travel & Leisure, Local Flavor, nominated for a James Beard Award and received four stars from the Albuquerque Journal.
I've frequented Il Piatto many times and have always had a wonderful experience. The service staff is attentive and helpful and the food is specxtacular. There are many favorites I have on the menu life the Gorgonzola Ravioli, the Pancetta wrapped Trout or the baked struffed mushrooms. For a true treat, check out the specials menu. I had a truffled risotto last time that knocked my socks off. Housemade gelato is back - they had a Farmer's Market Wild strawberry gelato that was divine.
I ordered a TO GO this week and got literally 4 quarter sized raviolis and a smattering of bitter greens and a side of dressing twice the size of either dish. If you think $24 is worth this amount of food then be my guest! I got my money back with a sarcastic manager smirk to boot. No apology, not the slightest attempt to correct what was obviously not the same portion that dine in guests were receiving.
Needless to say I cannot recommend this poor excuse of a restaurant when there are literally too many other truly amazing dining experiences in Santa Fe more worthy of my time and money.
I had dinner at il piatto during a recent stay in santa fe, and loved this little restaurant in downtown santa fe. The staff was very friendly and knowledgable about wines, the food was quite possibly the best italian food i have had and I visit New York and Las Vegas quite frequently. The entrees are not as picey as most are and it was a warm enviornmet that is rare these days, so i went twice during my three day stay. This place is a must
The last time we went, they did not have our reservation. No apologies. We waited until they found an open table. The place was crowded and noisy. I would recommend L'Osteria for a better Italian meal - especially if they have Osso Bucco.
Good, friendly service. Food was excellent.
We had Ceasar Salad, Minestroni soup, Pumpkin ravioli and Bowtie pasta with sausage. Good food and good value. Restaurant is small with tables close together so it is somewhat noisy but this ambiance seems to suit the restaurant.
Great food. Had the spinach ravioli and it was the BEST....my daughter had salmon with pumpkin ravioli, which was a little flat for me...but , she enjoyed it...even though the place is small , as are the tables, the food is wonderful and if ever there again, we will return....J and J, San Francisco, California
We enjoyed our meal and would return to this restaurant again. The service was fine but not very attentive. The value was acceptable. Our table was for two and could not have been any smaller and still served our need for two plates, wine glasses, bread plates and bread basket. The saving grace was the quality of the food.
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