Click for how we figure the ratingsPreshy's is a difficult place to review. I've heard mixed opinions from many people, so I dined there several times to be sure to provide you with the most accurate information. On my fifth visit I was joined by a party of ten, so I got a good look at (and taste of) a number of dishes.

Say what you will, but this is a restaurant where you stay with the basics. Fortunately that isn't hard, because most of what they serve is limited to the basics. A restaurant should obviously concentrate on what they do best. The prices are quite low, and that can be good or bad depending on what you're looking for.

The main courses come with soup or salad. Observation of other tables convinced me to try the soup, as the house salad was ridiculously small (it's only $2.95 a la carte, anyway). The soup du jour was lentil. It was simple, straightforward and obviously homemade with fresh ingredients. I would have preferred it a little more boldly spiced, but I guess that's why they put salt and pepper on the table. I also had the Caprese salad. It was cool, crisp and actually pretty generous. The dressing bordered on tasteless.

The people at our table who visited there most often all ordered the Veal Marsala. I ordered the Chicken Parmesan. I regretted not ordering the veal. The chicken was thinly pounded, but I prefer a parm dish lightly breaded and a little crunchy. The red sauce was ordinary, and there wasn't a lot of cheese topping. And there was an undefinable taste (rare for me) that was not pleasant. The Veal Marsala, on the other hand, was quite delicious. The brown sauce was savory and rich, and the veal, though maybe a tad overdone, was still tender.

Others at the table got the Penne Puttanesca (Puttanesca = a dish, usually pasta, topped with a spicy sauce containing capers, tomatoes, anchovies, garlic and sometimes olives). Sadly, it wasn't as tangy and spicy as I expected it to be. The remaining diners had the spaghetti Bolognese (Bolognese = a sauce made with meat). It was a too salty to clearly identify the meats in the sauce (usually it's beef, maybe some veal and perhaps some sausage or chopped and fried pancetta (Italian bacon).

I believe that one evaluates a restaurant on price and what they claim to do best. Preshy's dishes up basic Italian at a surprisingly low price (none of their entrees are over $14). Roberto, the owner, was our waiter. If he doesn't approve of some combination that you order, he will make that very clear to you. I find that amusing (many find it annoying--see below), and dealing with him during the ordering process was interesting to say the least. It was the high point of the night. Take that as you wish.

UPDATE: I continue to get comments and emails about Roberto's attitude with diners who have the nerve to ask for unreasonable things like a different table, a napkin, or (God forbid) dressing on the side. We went back recently just to refresh. I won't bore you with the details, but it all comes down to this: Preshy's food is NOT good enough for him to behave in that manner. I hope I don't have to go back any time soon.

Now back to our regular programming:

Again, I've had so many people tell me different things about Preshy's. Have you been there? What did you think? I personally like larger portions, a greater variety, and more aggressive spicing. But for the price, Preshy's fills the bill. You get what you pay for. Please post your thoughts below.

Another little surprise: Preshy's opens for breakfast (!) at 10:30 am (9am on weekends). The entrees are pretty standard breakfast stuff, but I am intrigued by the French toast with a creamy orange sauce and also the gorgonzola omelet. Again, please grace us with your findings if you've had breakfast there. Lunches are similar to the dinner menu, and they add some "lunchy" sandwich offerings such as  BLT, Turkey club, etc. The lunch prices (and portions) are reduced to about half of that of dinner. Note that they only serve beer and wine. No hard stuff. The wine prices are, in fact, quite fair.

Preshy's is at #14 Midway Shopping Center (to the right of the theaters), directly across from the Midway Outlets, just north of Rehoboth Beach proper. Check to make sure they're open in the off-season. (302) 645-8300. Preshy's has no online menu available. (B., L., D.) Price Range, Inexpensive -.

 

 

 

 

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+1 # Dr. & Mrs. G. 2011-01-17 23:06
We have dined at Preshy's about ten times, sometimes with friends. We were able to laugh at Roberto's indiosyncrasies and inflexibilities . We learned what to expect. Simple requests or changes were not tolerated. This weekend, our friend asked the waitress for a second napkin. The napkins used are the cheapest, smallest, thinnest quality -- not fit for a pasta restaurant. When the requested napkin did not arrive, I took one from the table next to us. Roberto immediately came to our table, stood over me, and stated that I should not have gotten up and taken the napkin. He said I should have called him (although he was not on the floor at the time). He continued his lecture even after I explained that we had asked the waitress for a napkin. He said to me in a very stern manner, "Don't you move!" Roberto is his own worst enemy. He has successfully lost two regular and six sometime customers.
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0 # crar 2011-01-22 12:01
The owner of Preshys is his own worst enemy. I made the simple mistake of asking for salad dressing on the side and he practically read me the riot act. He told me they did not put it on the side and that if I wanted it on the side I should go to my local food store and buy it there. Asking for water was another no-no. Asked twice for it and still never got it. Needless to say, I (and my party) never went back.
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0 # Barbara 2011-01-26 12:32
My sister and I popped into Preshy's before Sunday matinee. My sister got the cesare salad and pasta e [BLEEP]ioli soup. I ordered a lemon chicken dish. My wine was $2.90 a glass. The food was wonderful, and the bread on the table was dark and delicious. Yes, the decorating is odd, the waiter/owner seemed to have trouble understanding us, BUT the food was enjoyable enough to return. The candy nachos and popcorn were not tempting at all.

An aside, I make my Cesare salad from scratch and have had the unfortunate experience of someone asking for the dressing on the side. In my opinion, it's not really a Cesare salad if its lettuce with a bunch of premade dressing dumped on it. Perhaps that is Robertos problem. Haha.
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+1 # Jones 2011-02-26 03:00
We have been to Preshy's twice. We went on a friend's advice and we enjoyed the food at a resoniable price. Though we were warned that the owner was a bit different we enjoyed the atmosphere and his sence of humor.
Last night we took a couple of friends with us who read the other reviews before they went but trusted us that the food was good. They are glad that we invitied them to join us and enjoyed the dining expereince there.
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+2 # Frygirl 2011-03-01 04:03
It is what it is. Great for a quick lunch or dinner, very inexpensive for basic Italian. The veal is excellent at a riduculously low price. And Roberto can be dealt with...although I am waiting for the night when I too, will be insulted and never go again. In the meantime, see you there for lunch.
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+1 # frances 2011-03-04 09:18
I agree with most reviews above, we visit Preshy's often enjoy the food and prices,do not enjoy his lack of respect,we have made many excuses for him,this last time he was expecting a large party and was arranging the tables into an L shape, after he waved to us to sit he continued to do this and totally ignored us, finally we ate, there were 3 other couples there at tables for 2 there was only tables for 4 left,a couple walked in and he refused to seat them at the 4 table and stood over us 2 glaring at us while we finished our wine until we finally left the couple at the door where so embarrassed for us as we were for them and they said this to us as we were leaving, the food is not worth this kind of treatment
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+5 # Tom and Abbey 2011-03-27 15:40
We have enjoyed the modest prices and good food at Preshy's numerous times. Roberto is priceless. Get him to laugh, speak to him in French or Italian, or talk about Anita's art on the wall, you will experience his warmth in return. If you accept the "rules of the game", you'll have a pleasant experience and at such a good value, you'll eat there every week.
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+5 # Lyndee DeMeow 2011-06-03 02:22
I LOVE PRESHY'S AND ROBERTO! the food is fresh & fabulous - a real bargain - I cannot believe he can sell it for so little. The creamy lasagna w/ homemade noodles - gnocchi, little clouds of basil flaked whipped potatoes swimming in garden fresh marinara - grilled Portabella salad $4.95 - and Arabiatta only "iffa-you-likey-really-hotta". We affectionately call Roberto "the Pasta Nazi" (Seinfeld) he's the mad artist & serves it up his way - WHICH IS AWESOME! I am happy for the civilized portions at cheap-cheap prices - it's perfect. If you need to be a glutton - order two $8-$10 entrees - you will still be paying less than most restaurants charge for one. Take-out portions are larger. It's fun to humor the mad genius - and once you become a regular you will find Roberto to be both kind and generous. So Prima Donnas stay away - but if you want a down home delicious experience that's a bargain --- go to Preshy's and tell Roberto "yes Sir - as you suggest it will be just fine"
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-1 # Local Gal 2011-06-05 16:14
My husband and I and young son went to Preshy's and will never go back. First off, when we walked in with our son (3 years old), the owner glared at us like we had the plague. He said to sit wherever we wanted and then we waited for 10 minutes with no menus and it sweltering hot. There was no kid's menu and when I asked for a small portion of pasta and a meatball for my son, he acted annoyed.

We ordered water and got the same attitude. Food was sub-par. Never going back. I usually give a place a second chance, but not with that type of service and attitude. Can't believe it's still open for business.
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-1 # T&T 2011-06-05 18:32
The place is terrible. It's cold in the winter and hot in the summer, and about Roberto, if my wife and I want theater, we'll go to Clear Space. The reviewer was much too kind. The only reason why anyone could like this place is because it's cheap, and some people will eat anything just so its cheap.
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+3 # Dee zabec 2011-06-11 17:19
My husband and I have been there many times and were actually impressed with Roberto, we do call him the soup Nazi, but we love him. The food is great, everything we have asked for we have gotten, meatballs, chicken Alfredo instead of marinara which is not on the menu and actually he gave us extra homemade bread to take home( which is great) and also 2 glasses of orange liquor on the house. We both treat him with respect and that's what we get back. We have taken many people there and they have all loved it.
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+3 # Dee Zabec 2011-06-12 06:44
Love the food,love Roberto I agree if you become a regular and have conversation with him, he really is a nice person. He handles the entire front of the restaurant and does a great job. The bread is made fresh every morning and is yummy. I love the lasagna, and spaghetti w/meat sauce. Everyone we have taken enjoyed everything.
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+1 # MM & JM 2011-06-21 10:14
I LOVE THE ARROGANCE OF THE OWNER. GO HERE FOR INEXPENSIVE FOOD. I USUALLY ORDER A MERLOT OR CABERNET --GLASS OF WINE----MOST OFTEN GET SERVED THE HOUSE CHANTI. FOOD HOT AND FAST BREAD HOMEMADE.
MY WIFE LIKES HONEY WITH HER TEA---NOT A CHANCE TO GET THIS. SERVICE MEDIOCORE---WORTH A TRIP TO SEE A DIFFERENT ATTITUDE FOR AN OWNER---ARROGANT.
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-1 # T&T 2011-06-21 14:23
You get what you pay for. I'll put up with the arrogance if the food is good, or vice versa. But NOT both. I'll pay a little more and get a decent meal somewhere else.
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0 # L. Bixby 2011-07-17 10:23
I went to Preshys for dinner and the food was good, however The owner was quite rude. He indicated obvious displeasure when I did not want wine with my dinner. He refused to give me a lemon in my water and so on. Obviously customer service is not the forte of this restaurant.
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0 # Sam From NYC 2011-09-06 12:08
The evening started with our entrance, which my 3 kids and wife observed the entire restaurant grew slient and heads turned, seemingly because an actual family decided to interrupt the apparently regular crowd of blue plate and early bird diners. We seated ourselves and waited nearly 1/2 hour to be waited on, watching other similarly ignored patrons vanish. Sensing an evening of laughs was in store for this meal, we stayed, and patiently awaited the 1+ hour delivery of our meals, sampling pastas and chicken. To be fair, there was some taste to the sauces, but no taste would have been preferable. The food was awful, and the attention to our table was worse. And drink, I would challenge national buyers from Walmart and Costco to identify the several house brands of wine, vodka, gin, and spirits that were offered. But the cans of Pepsi had their familiar taste. Preshy's offers uneven service and less than modest fare at fair prices.
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+2 # rose 2011-09-16 22:16
i really enjoy roberto and his food..he is a little off the wall..but his food is really good...his soup is so tasty...homemade..portions are small but that is what i am after..i eat there often and love it...thanks
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0 # Janine 2011-11-10 23:33
I've gone to Preshy's for the third year in a row with the Rehoboth Film Festival. My first year I ate there every day and loved in and tolerated Roberto. When he didn't have what i wanted he even went "off the menu" for me. Last year I ate there once. It was very busy and was standing awhile seeing that he was busy. Then I seated myself. He got very huffy with me and though i enjoyed my meal I had wanted dessert but he didn't offer it. I didn't go back last year. So I tried again tonight and loved the food, got dessert and loved the new artwork. I bought a painting. I've loved every meal. Yes it is simple and the prices are good. The servings are really sensible. I called my daughter whose fiance is italian and works in Rehoboth and recommended the restaurant. i referred to the waiter as Mussolini. She said she'd pass. Oh well. to each his own.
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+1 # Jake 2011-11-22 18:08
My girlfriend and I love going to Preshys.. The first time we went we both thought the experience was kinda weird but I enjoyed the food and the prices so we went back. My girlfriend fell in love with the homemade gnocchi as did I. He doesnt have it all the time but he should!!! Roberto is the man! He is a character for sure.. but he seems to be just an old timer set in his ways. I suggest you try lunch there.. VERY affordable and really good. And be patient with the man.. he's not so bad lol
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+2 # Gregory Kohs 2011-12-10 11:31
I can understand that if you don't know what you're getting into, Roberto will have the potential to offend a patron or two. But, if you've read these reviews and you are still willing to go into Preshy's, you are in for a treat. Just go along with his demands, and in return, you will enjoy an incomparable meal at a low price. Sure, if the service were more saccharine, then the place would be standing-room-only, the prices would go up, and then we'd have an experience just like 12 other Italian restaurants in the Rehoboth Beach area. For me, I prefer the quirky, immutable, and delicious outcomes at Preshy's.
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+1 # Kathy the Falcon 2011-12-20 23:22
A small gang of us hang out together and occasionally go to Preshy's, which we plan on doing this week. All you have to do is be nice to Roberto and he'll be delightful and accomodating. Our friends like his wine and I like his Perroni beers (way better than having too many American beers and ruining your golf game the next day.) Food is good basic Italian and cheap. Those looking for upscale should seek other venues .Roberto is really a nice man, whiners stay away--try to enjoy.
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+1 # Bob 2011-12-21 18:34
I believe Preshy's is a price performer and I don't need anything but good food and service to enjoy an evening out. I frequent many places in and around Lewes & Rehoboth were I can pay several times more and enjoy the food and service less.
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+1 # Billy B 2011-12-28 12:54
The ONLY thing Preshy's has to offer is price. If the only criteria is price, why not just stay home? At least you can get your water refilled or an extra napkin.
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+1 # Fan of The Buzz 2012-01-25 08:33
About a year and a half ago, my partner and I went to breakfast and waiting for over 45 minutes to get served for simple eggs and toast. Meanwhile, two other tables (it was quite empty) were served first and had come in later. When we asked the owner/host what was taking so long, he completely became enraged and extremely NASTY! He stated that we should go to McDonald's for fast food and that it takes time to prepare at his restaurant. As foodies who frequent many restaurants (both domestically and abroad such as Paris, San Sebastian, Rome, Monte Carlo, etc.), we were totally shocked by the owner's response and attitude. My partner and I have not returned and have shared our negative experience with friends and neighbors. While we have been invited recently by friends to join them to Preshy's, we have not accepted nor will we go back. There's so much competition among restaurants that we want to frequent those where patrons are treated well.
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0 # Sheri in Reho 2012-02-03 08:14
My neighbors, a retired couple, love Preshy's because it is cheap, and because they find Roberto's antics amusing. The wife's favorite is Chicken Gorgonzola. The dish I enjoyed most was a salad entree topped with pecan-crusted chicken breast.

I've been 2 or 3 times with neighbors or friends. The best I can say about it is that it is cheap and close by my home. The food, while not awful, is not exceptional in any way, and I personally don't like being treated like a criminal while I'm trying to order, eat and talk to my friends.

I "get' that some people enjoy the entertainment that Roberto provides, but that is not what I personally enjoy.
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0 # SAM W. in Milton 2012-02-20 15:23
Went to Preshy's last night. The portions were reasonable and the prices very cheap. I had been warned that the are "not nice" to you but I was still taken back by Roberto. We did wait for 5 minutes at the door and did wait longer for our dinner that usual but not too long. The salad was small and I was told that the Chef dresses the salad so no choice of dressings were available. I was afraid to ask for lemon in my water or even more water because of our Waiters's demeanor. We had the veal and chicken Parmesean and they were both decent. Better than the first meals we had at Villa Sorrento, they were so bad that we have not been back since. I will go back to Preshy's to try some of the other dishes mentioned by other Patrons. When I was leaving Roberto (I assume) actually gave me a big smile when I told him how good the food was tonight. Maybe we can become friends!
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0 # Sandy & Tom 2012-02-20 15:31
If Preshy's food was better, it might make the owner's nasty attitude "cute." As it is, the food is terrible and his attitude is just plain obnoxious. Most of the people posting good comments here end up talking about price. Sorry, we'd rather pay a little more and get a decent dinner and decent portions. And maybe even not be afraid to ask for more water or a napkin.
My husband reminded me of an old saying that applies perfectly: "There is nothing in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper. He who considers only price is that man's lawful prey."
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-1 # Ed and LK 2012-05-15 18:39
After the way my wife and I were treated there I wouldn't be sad if I heard that Roberto, his attitude and his restaurant went away.
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-1 # local hunger 2012-06-26 15:08
This guy roberto is off the charts. He actually told my grandson he can not get fettuciinni because it is not on the menue---can't you read? He also serves any kind of wine he wants---not what you order---inexpensive though at $2.90 a glass. My grandson ordered a sprite---it came with the can and no glass, ice or straw. This guy will not last---stop in soon to see the show and don't get mad as you will want to do bad things to the owner`--Roberto---an cocky little guy.
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0 # Rehoboth Gal 2012-07-01 20:35
I can agree with many of the different reviews on Preshy's. Roberto is obnoxious...and while this might be part of his old-world Italian personality, I personally do not find this 'cute' when I go out for a meal. I want a friendly, inviting environment with good food. The portions are decent, the prices are good, the wine/chianti prices are great. The art is horrible. The place has been saturated with the Anita Peghini work for years and it needs to go! It's actually depressing and it's everywhere. Change it up already.
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-1 # Lucky mom 2012-07-25 04:02
The food is awful. The decor or lack of it is appalling . I continue to be amazed how, with all the wonderful alternatives for a meal out in this town, anyone would go here. Maybe Roberto is cranky because he is open for three meals a day. No excuse.
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0 # sam 2013-01-07 20:29
Roberto is a hard on to tolerate at times, he is old fashioned and doesnt always understand the american way of life. when people assume he is being rude its usually because he feels insulted. Hes a very nice man with different views and values. The food is incredible and made by Robertos incredible wife that works her fingers to the bone. They are both good people that work too hard for their own good. Your poor reviews wont damange the wonderful impression I have personally gotten from the two of them. Charming in everyway.
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0 # jack knight 2013-04-18 13:46
We stopped going their because Roberto was so rude to us. I asked for Ranch dressing and he told me to go to Superfresh to buy it. We ordered the Antipasta which was sparse and he said, "that's how it is". I did enjoy lunches with the lentil soup,bread and a small salad and Peroni (cheap). But we said we were not going to patronize this place the way he insults us.
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0 # SJ in Reho 2013-06-02 20:45
We recently went here and the service was absolutely horrible. The owner was downright ignorant. We left a $3.00 tip on a $23.00 bill...trust me it was far to generous for the service received.... Low and behold the owner took it upon himself to ADD MONEY TO THE CREDIT CARD CHARGE ! We called and confronted him and he said there was a 15% minimum gratuity regardless of service quality. Needless to say I will do everything I can to get the additional charge removed out of principle ! NEVER AGAIN ! There are too many restaurants in this area to eat at without dealing with this guy.
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0 # C&R 2013-07-01 12:29
We love preshys. We always order pasta -- either bolognese or with tomato sauce. Sauce, bread, and pasta all taste homemade; they are among the best we have had. (definitely did not find them salty, and we do not eat much salt.) We like the owner. We read the reviews in advance, so we do not make special requests. If you want great homemade food at very low prices and can avoid special orders, this is the place. Not for everybody, but a real gem for those who appreciate it.
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0 # Unhappyw/ 2013-07-28 08:19
The ower was the rudest person I have ever dealt with in a restaurant. He rolled his eyes because I did not hear him say soup or salad. Then omg i didnt know what salad dressing they offered so I assumed ranch was a safe bet ...guess again it wasnt. I have never been more uncomfortable by "customer service" in my life. His food was ok but cheap but I much rather pay 3 times that amount and not be disrespected. I will never ever subject myself to that treatment again. That was a one and done for me.
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0 # Camille Frezzo 2013-07-28 16:20
What a truly unpleasant dining experience. Sure, it's cheap, and the food isn't bad at all--very tasty pasta primavera. BUT you shouldn't have to wait 10 minutes for set-ups, another 10 for salad dressing, all the while staring at a sea of tables full of dirty dishes...and forget about asking for water! One diner had to get up to get the only waitress' (besides the owner, the infamous Roberto) attention to ask for a steak knife, only to be told that she would see if they had any..amazing. With no hostess, we watched people leave after growing tired of waiting to be seated...the owners need to learn how to run a restaurant and make people feel welcome.

While my husband feels we should give them a second chance, once was more than enough for me.
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0 # Lyndee DeMeo 2013-12-29 19:42
LUV' PRESHY Don't eat here if you're a glutinous diva - or need food your way, not the right way! DO EAT HERE if you care about fine food, made-to-order with fresh ingredients - served in civilized portions at low prices! Roberto, the crotchety old Italian owner is very matter-of-fact and temperamental (most artists are). Respect his menu & he will prove to be a most generous person. I've been a customer for many years and it is the most consistently delicious food at the Beach - at ridiculously low prices (more proof of his craziness). I often see the owners of several of the finest (& most expensive) restaurants dining there - and they get the same "Roberto charm" but go back for more. I dread the day he get's tired of the haters and gives the biz up - no one will ever replace his beautiful wife's cooking (she's the chef). Prima Donnas stay away - but if you want a down-home delicious experience at a bargain - go to Preshy's & tell Roberto "yes Sir - as you suggest is fine"
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0 # S & C 2014-02-20 18:46
We went here for Valentines Day because of a recommendation. We were pre-warned that the owner was rude so that was expected and actually funny to us. When we arrived we were ignored for 15 minutes waiting for someone to seat us. The two young waitresses had no customer service skills and were literally yelling how the customer was paying to the person in the back "credit card" "cash". When they served our appetizer, we were told they are out of knives. When they served our entree, I asked for a knife and the waitress went to the back and was wiping the knife off on her apron as she approached us. We are not picky eaters at all, but this totally grossed me out! The food was okay, but not "great". It was cheap and I guess that's why the owners not nice and the waitresses are lacking class! We will never go back there and I have no clue why people would.
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