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Angelina's Kitchen

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280 Marsh Ave
Staten Island, 10314
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Angelina's Kitchen

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280 Marsh Ave,
, 10314
Today: 12:00PM to 08:00PM
Today's Hours : 12:00PM to 08:00PM

718-698-2009

Italian, , Restaurant & Bar, On Site Parking, , , Alcohol/Beer/WineCateringWait Staff/Dine In


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Our waiter convinced us to buy a bottle of wine instead of 2 glasses by telling us we could bring the remainder home with us. Imagine my surprise when a different waiter brought our check and told us we were not allowed to leave with the rest of the wine. When we complained to management we were told they didn’t care if we gave them a bad review!


Excellence food. And great service


Excellent food-overpriced tho. BTW this restaurant does not use any online order webs such as this one or any of the others. Call the restaurant directly. It's New Years eve, this web says it is closed but I called anyway and they were OPEN, so I placed my order directly with them.


I've eaten in many Italian restaurants and twice I went and twice I was disappointed way over priced for the portion and the wait was out of control followed by we're sorry we just finished up a party. The food not worth the wait. Not authentic at all more like a chain restaurant.


Prices to high for location ... and my thing that errked me was the music on in background I felt like I was eating at Fridays not a Italian restaurant .


Prices way too high. Just had Pizza was good N first time there and won't be back sorry


Small portions 3 little meatballs for an appetizer way overpriced lemon chicken with 4 little roasted potatoes and a few string beans walked out of the place still hungry will not go back again with those prices and such small portions


This place has the best pizza in Staten Island...by FAR!!!! They broke the mold here in taste and presentation. The pizza is so delicious and pretty (what pepperoni) that it confused our taste buds. I've been constantly having on and on about this place for a week. The food is that good. I repeatedly heard from all customers (that were finished eating) seated around us, "keep the change" to every waiter/waitress. That says it all.


should have worked out the "kinks" before you opened your doors......


Don't waste your money. Had 2 pasta dishes but no bread to dip with. they give you flatbread. I not eating Indian food, it's Italian. Their cheese is jar cheese with no flavor and the food is ok for a casual place with Restaurant Prices and small portions. Go to Dennino's, you get 3x the food for 1/4 of the price...


Just took my dad there for his birthday. Waitress was very very polite. First they give you a lump of ricotta with bread which we didn't care for. We were a party of 6. We ordered 3 sodas and 3 waters. Shared a cold antipasto which only had a small cup olives, a small cup of roasted peppers, 3 slices of dry sausage, some prosciutto and mortadella. No cheese or bread. Which was $23. Then we all ordered an entree no dessert. Because we were a party of 6 they automatically charge 20% for tip which was a $31.50 tip. You could decline and put ur own but it would have been embarrassing to change being that the waitress was handing you the bill. Total bull was $205.00 which we thought was high. Entrees were kinda small for the price. Will not be returning.


So amazing. Service was extremely friendly and food was outstanding. Pizza was cooked perfect and crust was exactly how I like it.. family owned and you can definitely see it.


Was there for the first time today. Service was good, so polite and nice. Food was good, def will go back maybe for the pizza next time. Would like to see better portions. The Sunday dinner was good, but could've gotten a larger portion for the money. The braciole was smaller than the sausage ( which they only gave you 1 of each). And even the meatballs were small. Don't get me wrong it was good but, I'll stick to my own Sunday Sauce.  Dessert, gelato was great, but some berry cake I ordered, not so great. Tiramsu was good. The reason why I gave 3 stars for this place is that, I didn't like the way the menus were presented . Clip board and paper, I'm hoping that's because their real menus will be coming soon, especially that the place is not that cheap. Chairs, felt a little slippery on the floor when sitting on them. I would've like to have known what the special's were, instead of reading it on a tiny blackboard on my way out. We only happen to get the Sunday Sauce Special cause we happen to ask if they had Sunday sauce. The revolving door, not very safe for children and especially for someone who might be handicap.


The food is delicious! Hands down a very good restaurant, I have already been here a few times... it has a great family atmosphere.... I don't get the negative reviews.. the restaurant is very busy so obviously the service will be bite slower for overall not bad..


Absolutely terrible. Just left Angelina's Kitchen, couldn't wait to warn people DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!!! It is my 50th birthday and my granddaughter's 1st Birthday. I chose Angelina's Kitchen to celebrate our birthdays at. Worst mistake. They're were 5 adults and two 1yr olds. We ordered baked clams, fried calamari and a margarita pizza as an appetizer. The calamari were mostly tentacles and barely any marinara sauce to dip. The baked clams were good but clams could have been cooked more. The margarita pizza NEVER came. My daughter in law ordered the pork chop special. Some special, $28 for 1 pork chop and NO SIDES!!! No pasta no potato no vegetables. My husband got the chicken parm and said the sauce was equivalent to ragu in a jar. First time he didn't finish his meal. Sister in law had vodka sauce which was ok. My son had the rib eye special for $49. It would have been better had it been med rare instead of med well. I had the shrimp oreganato. It was good but definitely not oreganato. It was more like francaise. Our waiter knew nothing!!! Any questions we had came back with I don't know or maybe. Very clueless but at least he was nice. The bill came to $199.90 without tip. Not worth it at all. I don't mind spending that kind of money but the food should be worth it. It sure wasn't!! We should have went to Nucci's North. I will never ever go back! It was a horrible way to spend our birthdays. The pizza was suppose to be for the kids but since it never came, they had to eat off everyone else's plates. Not what I expected for my 50th or her 1st Birthday celebration. We will never recommend or be back. The restaurant definitely doesn't live up to the Angelina name.


Went here with my in-laws on a whim after shopping at the mall. I was against it because I thought it was going to be similar in service/food to TGIFs next door... BOY AM I GLAD WE WENT! We ordered the Proscuiotto di parma (proscuitto and arugula pie)


I went to get a quick late byte with my son and we were very satisfied with the service,food was good and our waitress was very attentive,her name was "Lisa" and she made us feel very comfortable even though we got there when they were closing the kitchen. I will definitely come back.


We went to celebrate my daughter's 20th birthday. We were very impressed with the décor and ambience, and regularly go to the Angelina's on Ellis street (so she knows how to run a restaurant). The bread with ricotta and honey on the table was excellent. We ordered baked clams and fried calamari. The fried calamari was served in a tall spiral container, which kept the calamari greasy and soft. It needed to be spread out. It was mushy and inedible. Two orders of baked clams looked good but , under the breadcrumbs, the clams were cold. We sent them back (both orders were not hot at all) and they brought back cooked correctly. Entrees were good and serving sizes were large. My chief complaint was that a server (not my waitress) spilled what appears to be the liquid from the plate of clams all over my daughters handbag and wool and satin coat. I saw this towards the end of the meal. The satin collar and belt of the coat were covered in oily, breadcrumby residue. I told the waitress, who told the manager, who told me to come in with the dry cleaning bill. I don't think the coat can be cleaned. The whole satin collar was ruined. They told me they would fire the server on the spot (harsh, I thought, and I didn't want that to happen), but there were so many different people bringing plates and clearing I wasn't sure who it was. Anyway, I think they should have taken the desserts off the bill or something similar instead of having me have to come back with a dry cleaning receipt. My daughter was embarrassed and her coat was ruined.


We ate there on the 7th and it only had a 20 minute wait which was nice. The place was jammed as expected being it just opened a few days prior. Everything was good including the service. The guys bringing out the food though still have to learn table numbers because we watched our food go to a different table twice and once they brought us some of our food and some of another table's. But instead of asking around they just brought it back to the kitchen so that to me was a wasted trip. We sampled a few different things- the chicken parmigiana soup - very good but a little on the salty side. The chopped salad - again good but too much dressing and the dressing was VERY bland. Baked clams - very good but to me could of used a few more minutes under the fire, a little raw tasting. The white pie - very good!! Our only problem was there was more dough than cheese and topping, at least 2 inches around the top was all dough. They need to take the time to spread it out more and add a little more to the pie and it'll be perfect. The waiter compared it to Denino's and it was a little close but nothing like Denino's. Oh and the homemade bread with ricotta cheese/honey they give you (we had to ask for it because we got skipped over) was VERY good!! Overall we enjoyed it and will definitely go again. I understand it just opened and will have its kinks to work out, our review is just an honest takeaway from our experience, not meant to put the restaurant down at all.


Not related to the past reviewer in any way but I as well agree with someone taking so much risk in trying to create an atmosphere that people will enjoy to get hit so hard after just barely opening. Try it for yourself and ignore all other reviews, you may like it or not, you may love it or not. But the concept is wonderful an authentic Italian kitchen in the middle of staten island (like the past reviewer said is not a chain) is priceless. Unfortunately chains equals frozen preserved products, even the subway salads have preservatives in it, local restaurants usually means products bought from local grocery, just like you would at home, fresh.


I enjoyed my dinner at Angelina's kitchen this past weekend. As a "real" Sicilian American I was impressed with the authentic Sicilian menu, which is pretty hard to find on Staten Island. It was delicious and fresh. The staff was so pleasant and already knew the menu pretty well for it to be just opened. I loved the decor and atmosphere. The food did come out a little fast so I recommend telling your waiter or waitress to not put your dinner order in right away. I wish I would have asked if the oven was a real brick oven with burning wood. It did taste like it but I was not 100% sure. I should have asked. Usually the brick oven pizza restaurants are made with coal and gas. I look forward to tasting the other things on the menu I did not order. I strongly recommend the sausage and broccoli rabe appetizer. It was amazing. Also this is a family restaurant that is taking a risk with a huge rent that Iam sure it's not cheap. I respect that and encourage that on a island that is being crowded with chains and department stores. Definitely give it a try!! Can't wait to go back as my mouth is watering thinking of my meal.


Angelina's kitchen just opened, please let the kinks come out before writing bashing reviews

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280 Marsh Ave Staten Island, NY, 10314 Closed
Location : 718-698-2009

Today's Hours : 12:00PM to 08:00PM

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Cuisine : Italian, 


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718-698-2009

Today's Hours : 12:00PM to 08:00PM

Cuisine : Italian, 

Services :
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Features : Restaurant & Bar, On Site Parking, 

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Our waiter convinced us to buy a bottle of wine instead of 2 glasses by telling us we could bring the remainder home with us. Imagine my surprise when a different waiter brought our check and told us
Excellence food. And great service

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