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Tresetti's World Caffe
Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–2AM
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927 11th St Modesto, CA 95354
927 11th StreetUSCaliforniaModesto95354
(209) 572-2990tresetti.com
$$Restaurant, Wine Bar
Restaurant
Wine Bar
Dessert Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11AM–2AM
Friday 11AM–2AMSaturday 11AM–2AMSunday 3–9PMMonday 11AM–2AMTuesday 11AM–2AMWednesday 11AM–2AMThursday 11AM–2AM
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Featuring fine world fare (dishes, cuisine) in a casual, fun and relaxing atmosphere. We are located in the heart of downtown Modesto; within easy walking distance to cultural events.
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Restaurant serving an international menu for dinner, lunch & brunch in a brick-walled dining room.- Google
"The waitstaff was very nice and the food arrived promptly."
"Crab cakes sucked."
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IcewhipRoxx
a month ago
Me and my boyfriend went and had a wonderful time. The reservation process (same day) was simple and quick, and we were seated right away, despite being 15 minutes early. We ordered the Calimari as an appetizer, which was very good and had pleanty to share. We ordered the lamb and the filet mignon, both of which were amazing. The waitstaff was very nice and the food arrived promptly. My boyfriend did say that the sweet potato mash that came with his lamb wasn't very good. Also, my seat was right next to a Christmas tree, making it hard to get up without tipping it over. But those are small issues that you won't have to worry about if you order something else and if you go when it isn't Christmas. Really, I'd say my rating was worth 41/2 stars. In the end, if you want a nice place to go without worrying about a dress code, this place is amazing! High quality food, great staff, and little to complain about.
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Denver Andersen
a year ago
Came for lunch to give it a try and it was pretty good. I had the crab cakes. Nice atmosphere and very friendly older woman who was our server. Based off my first visit, I'll be going again, next time for dinner.
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Nanette Usrey
2 years ago
Great people food very good not to noisy
A Google User
4 years ago
I went here on a Saturday night with my fiance and a couple friends. myself and a friend ordered the Seafood medly priced at $31.00 a piece and what we got was some slightly warm pasta and a couple shrimp and scallops. worth maybe $7.00 we sent it back because we felt we were being gouged and when it came back they had put some like warm sauce over it but added nothing else. We again refused it and it was taken off of the check. We spent the evening here and had a bottle of wine 4 salads priced at 9+ dollars each and only two of us bothered to eat the entree. I wouldnt recommend this place to anyone. total for the night out was 120.00 for four of us and would have been over 180.00 had we kept the pasta seafood thing they tried to pass off on us. Save your money and go someplace else. This place is not worht the time or money.
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William Faus
4 months ago
Crab cakes sucked. The Cobb salad was a plate of chopped head of luttuce, the most tastless rabbit food ever. I would not go back or recommend Tresetti's to any one. Next time its der Weiner snitzle for me.
Suzzette Perkins
2 months ago
Seafood pasta was absolutely amazing
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Dan Spengler
4 years ago
Good intimate atmosphere, good food. A nice place to go for something special with friends.
A Google User
4 years ago
We decided to give Tresetti's another try after a previous unmemorable meal. Last Thursday I had one of the worst meals I have ever been served. The swordfish I ordered was cut very thin, then over-cooked and burned on a dirty grill. The burnt-charcoal flavor then seeped into the cous-cous, giving it and the soggy vegetables an unpleasant burnt flavor. After a few bites I set it aide. The waiter asked if I wanted to return it, but I declined having lost any desire to eat. I was surprised then,when I was charged for the inedible meal. I guess it's my fault for not protesting being charged for something I couldn't eat. We eat out down-town several times a week, and will certainly not give Tresetti's another try. My wife had a mediocre, but at least edible chicken cordon-bleau, and the cherry dessert was good. We will stick with Dewz and Baachus where we have never had a bite that wasn't wonderful.
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