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630 Ninth Ave New York, NY 10036
630 Ninth AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10036
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68 reviews
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French-accented Italian eats in a casual setting that can be lively pre- or post-theater.- Google
"Gluten free bread with ricotta and olive oil is Perfect way to start."
"We had Quattro Formaggi & Wild Mushroom Socca."
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Tamara Ritt
2 weeks ago
Stopped in prior to seeing Les Miserables last Saturday. Ordered the Salsicce E Uova Piccanti and it was fantastic! Service was great and thoroughly enjoyed the background music for that morning. When the dessert menu was placed in front of me, the warm chocolate cake was too much to resist (nor was I disappointed in the least). Wish I could give more stars!
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Jess Durrant
2 months ago
I'm baffled by the 1-star reviews; this place is great! In town for a work conference, my co-worker and I went to Nizza for dinner and sampled an array of wonderful bites. We shared a variety of plates and each had a small dish of our own. The socca (chickpea pancake with sage and pecorino), which was very good, though not "crispy" as described. The ceasar salad was very good and nicely sized for the price. The roasted cauliflower was well cooked (not too soft) and well seasoned. I had the polpettone for my main. The meatballs were flavorful, tender, well seasoned and the polenta was beautifully silky. My co-worker had the night's special which was a handmade pasta with a light pesto and she was thrilled. The service was excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed every bite.
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Don K
5 months ago
The food was ok, probably 3 out of 5 but that may be a bit on the high side. A meatball appetizer was quite good, nicely seasoned and good texture. Chicken Milanese was nicely prepared - crispy outside and yet not overcooked. A lamb and portobella entrée was far overcooked and should have been sent back however our waitress did not return. No one asked us how our meals were. She must have been having a bad day and that can happen but someone else should have helped out and checked on us. We didn't have dessert because we finally had enough of having to ask for someone to help us. I'd certainly not recommend this restaurant.
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Dave Wingard
8 months ago
Gluten Free! Good options for people with celiac or a gluten intolerance. The gluten free bread -as a starter - is solid. The pizza was average. Service was fine.
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2 months ago
My party of six loved this restaurant! The service was great, and my waitress was very informed about being gluten free as I have celiac disease. There was gluten free bread and I got socca and eggplant parm and both were delicious! I didn't get sick and there were so many gf options! Will be back.
Lucas Davis
in the last week
I thought this place was a means to spell nazi, replacing the p in pizza with an n. I was severely dissappointed.
Sharon Weyser
8 months ago
After a full day walking all around NYC my boyfriend and I decided to stop at Nizza for dinner. The service was excellent however the food was absolutely TERRIBLE!!! We ordered a Caesar salad, calamari appetizer and a pizza to share. The salad was ridiculous. The dressing had very little flavor and was tossed over whole leaves of Romaine placed on a plate. A five year old could have made this salad. The calamari was greasy and rubbery. The pizza however, was the WORST! First of all it was burned and should never have been served. Secondly the toppings were barely present. Maybe one ounce of sausage, hardly any cheese and the alleged broccoli raab was barely visible on the pizza. It was extremely dry and as already stated burned on the bottom. We were so hungry we did eat it but we would never go back or recommend it to anyone. Save your time and your money. There are plenty of other places on 9th avenue that are much better!
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Danny Gorman
a year ago
With great outdoor seating and decor, Nizza is a good choice for Italian food in Hell's Kitchen. As a starter, the calamari was great with a crispy exterior and a slightly spicy marinara sauce. The gnocchi al forno was delicious and reminded me of a fancy mac n cheese. The chocolate cake was a good choice to end the meal. All in all, Nizza is a great choice but nothing extraordinary.