Sorrelina

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Sorrelina

Postby DC » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:27 pm

Going next week... good? bad? what should i order?

I have been to L'Andana and Teatro (loved) as well as Moo (so so)


Coming up to boston for a month so hoping to try some new spots
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Postby Sim » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:42 pm

Awesome food. The environment is little stuffy though.

Tuna TT was off the chain. Forget what my entree was.

Hit MISTRAL while your home and run the Jamie Mammano gamut. Place is great.
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Re: Sorrelina

Postby DB » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:43 pm

DC wrote:Going next week... good? bad? what should i order?

I have been to L'Andana and Teatro (loved) as well as Moo (so so)


Coming up to boston for a month so hoping to try some new spots


Sorrelina is great. Its closer to L'Andana than the other Mamano restauants. The Meatball app and homemade pasta are outstanding. Its a pretty trendy place inside
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Postby Boston » Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:54 pm

Sorrelina is solid, Mistral is the shiznit.
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Postby DC » Sat Jan 01, 2011 12:13 am

hmmmmmmmmmmm... did not like this spot.. i mean it was nice, real nice, just real stuffy..

maybe went wrong night as median age was def over 50. I've been to plenty of nice expensive spots before but this was one of those times where you feel you dont belong.. i did not feel comfortable.. people were real quiet and everyone had serious faces (customers).

food was good but def not unreal... props to bible the kobe meatball app with pasta is legit.. like that sauce they use not trad red..

i had veal chop and for $43 is was not even ok.. i mean it was ok but i can get ok for $8 at any sub shop.. the fact is was breaded veal chop was killer for me but i should have known milanese style meant breaded.. I arrived late due too traffic and just had others order for me.

truffle fries great at landara were off tonight.. 2 others ordered steak.. 1 filet, 1ribeye and they enjoyed... deserts were great.. pear pastry and semi freddo both outstanding..

its a nice place just not my style..very cold
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