- 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Mon - Sun
- 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
- by CJFritz12 on 10/10/2011
Went with my wife for our anniversary. Do yourselves a favor and try another restaurant. Ordered the Chicken Parm. Sauce was runny and watery, chicken was overcooked. Our waitress was quite rude. Never cracked a smile the entire time, the few times she checked on us. Only positive was a good bottle of wine and there was no wait for a table...now I know why.
- by esser on 09/19/2009
The first time it was ok. The mussels appetizer with tomato sauce was pretty good. I had linguine with clams in a white wine sauce which was pretty good but they give you much too much. My friend liked his spaghetti and meatballs. The second time the mussels were not as good and I had linguine with calamari as the entree. The calamari were overcooked and again the portions are much too large. I was disappointed in the quality of the food and have no wish to return.
- by scava on 10/19/2008
Despite a reservation we had to wait 45 minutes, and when we did sit down and they took our orders, they forgot to bring out bread or salads, didn't give us water and the entrees we got would have been easily shown up by Olive Garden.
- by Smartyk on 09/21/2008
Was recently there for dinner during St Anthong's feast. Though it was a busy night, we only had to wait for 5 minutes for a table which I though was pretty good considering it was a busy evening. Was immediatley taken back however by the rude waitstaff. Seemed to be some fighting amongst the staff of who should be clearing the tables ect. Had to ask twice for water and clean silverware. Ordered lasagna and it was basic at that. Even the salad was plain and I can get a better one out of the bag at the grocery store! My dinner companion had raved that this place was the best in the North End and frequently dines there. Well, obviously his tastes are not that sophisticated! Went there another time during the week to give it one more try and the food and service was still subpar.
- by Bunny85 on 09/21/2008
I walked by this place today to witness one of the staff cursing out a young girl for using their outdoor garbage cans. She was alone and had a small dog with her (so I'm guessing what she was throwing out). Anyhow, I would much rather she clean it up than me step in it and if this man really didn't want her using that particular trash receptacle he could have asked/told her politely that it is for the businesses use only. Instead he decided to get in her face and yell at her (lovely). She looked on the verge of tears and I was absolutely disgusted at the way he though it was appropriate to address her. This is someplace I would have considered patronizing before I witnessed this exchange - however this is not the case anymore. I will take my money elsewhere - a place where the male portion of the staff have enough class and character to know that it is in no circumstance appropriate to swear and yell at a woman.
- by htchtc on 03/09/2008
Been eating at this restaurant for years. Have tried many others but keep coming back to L'Osteria, its the best! Everything about it is great!
- by tjfirefly on 10/31/2007
The menu at Losteria has something to please everyone. Obviously family owned and everyone there cares deeply that the customer is satisfied. We have been on every visit!! The service was exceptional, the food always excellent. Some menus have 6-8 appetizers and 10 - 12 entrees to choose from. This menu is not at all limiting, with something to please everyone. Pasta's, seafood, chicken, veal, beef!! You name it, they have something for you. Definitely our favorite spot in the North End for authentic italian food. (and we've been to italy several times!!) You will enjoy your dining experience here!!
- by joeluvsfood on 02/02/2007
We had a reservation. Despite the fact that we arrived 15 minutes early they informed us there would be a wait. 45 minutes later, (1 hour counting our early 15 minutes) we were finally seated. Our waitress was very nice but she clearly had to many tables as we only saw her when she took the order and when she dropped the check. The food wasn't that good, bland and warm as if it was sitting in a plate and then heated.\r The worst part of all is the attitude in this place. They make you feel as if they are doing you a favor by letting you come in. Be assured I won't trouble them again. With all the great restaurants in the North End LOsteria is one that will be avoided.\r I really wanted to share my experience with all of you. From the other comments posted here I can see we were not alone.
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