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June 2, 20085.0
The best Italian restaurant in the area. We haven’t found anything bad at this restaurant yet. You do need a reservation, unless you don’t mind sitting at the small bar. It’s a tiny place, but the portions are very generous. We never go away without a taking at least 1/2 our food home for leftovers.
Wonderful!!!!! Loaded with large scallops, shrimp and langostinos and served over a spinach fetticini. Of course after a cup of heavenly wedding soup and a slice or two of the fresh and hot crusty bread, could only eat 1/2 of it. It was just a delicious the next day.
June 28, 20113.0
Dined at the new location in Uniontown for the first time. The new restaurant has a good location and style. Food and wine were good, but service needs some help. The waiter, while nice only came to the table a few times and always seemed rushed. After the meal, I was told that a dessert coupon we found was only good for lunch…not our $100 meal…lol. That seemed really silly and kind of angered me at the time. Overall it’s a nice place to get an average meal at slightly higher prices (for Uniontown) .
This dish was well seasoned, and overall tasted good. The ravioli was in a vodka sauce, which was very nice. Went well with our New Zealand pinot noir! My only possible complaint would be that there was only a hint of the seafood stuffing to the dish, I would have liked to pay more and get more flavor if that’s what would be necessary.
November 9, 20122.0
First time at Caporello’s even though it has been there for a while. I heard some Ok things about so thought I would give it a try. When we arrived we were greeted pleasantly. Had to go to the bar because we did not have a reservation, we were told 45 minutes for a table.
Sat at the bar and had a drink. I had two beers, my wife had one, $12.00. I had to ask for the second one even though my glass was empty for a good 15 minutes and the bar tender didn’t notice.
Finally we were seated, it was about a 45 minute wait.
I ordered the stuffed banana pepper appetizer. It was ok, not great. it came with two small peppers on a plate filled with veal and had sauce and cheese on them. My wife and I each had one. $11.00, I would say not worth the price. We also had bread with olive oil and garlic, it was ok, too much garlic I thought which will be the theme from here on out. My main course came…..Ravioli with banana peppers and hot sausage. I would have loved to have tasted the ravioli dough and the sausage, but the entire plate was drowning in olive oil and large garlic cloves. I literally only tasted kind of a hot, greasy, garlic flavor the entire meal. I had to brush my teeth when I got home to get the garlic flavor out of my mouth. If not for all that dreadful sauce, the meal probably would have been delicious. My wife at about 4 bites of her fettucine alfredo with chicken. It was very garlic flavored as well.
I don’t think this overpriced, garlic flavored food was very good at all. I won’t go back here again.. $60.00 for my wife and I, plus $12.00 at the bar. $72,00 for a terrible meal. I hope the owners of this place save all the money they are making, cuz they won’t be open in another 3 years……………Good canidate for Kitchen Nightmares…….I bet the owners think they are just doing everything right.
August 3, 20111.0
Being from another area outside of Pennsyvania, Knowing the difference of Italian and what is thought to be Italian food. I was VERY upset to have ordered Chicken Picata and get Chicken with just Capons, I wanted to know where the lemon flavor was, and besides the slice of lemon on the top of the chicken… there was nothing more than a piece of chick dredged in flour, and cooked in oil, with capons. THE ONLY good thing about this restaurant is the bread, the Red gravy was canned no flavor outside of raw tomato flavor, and the other people in my party were just as upset with the food as I. Trying to save what we could out of the meal, we ordered desert, Tiramasu, well the next time I want frozen, I will go to the grocers and purchase a whole one for a lot less money, instead of paying almost $100.00 for a party of three, (No acohol included) I could have taken us to Burger King and have gotten a fried chicken sandwich, at least there I know what to expect and am charged accordingly.
June 13, 20112.0
The best part of the meal was the olive oil and bread. The ravioli were overcooked and the sauce tasted like Prego. The hoagie was pathetic – I can’t believe an Italian restaurant in Western Pennsylvania doesn’t understand that a hoagie should be served with mayo and salad dressing. The meat in the hoagie tasted a few weeks old as well. Oh, and the salad was iceburg lettuce with some red onion and a couple tomatoes. Ever heard of arugula or spinach? For my money, Meloni’s still blows this place away.
June 16, 20094.0
I tried Caporella’s today and although I had to wait for reservations, they were well worth the wait!
The waitress was friendly and attentive and the food was “out of this world”!
Oh yeah…I intend to return! I can’t wait to try out another dish!
First off, I had a cup of the cream of pepper soup. (A blend of red, green and yellow peppers in a creamy soup.) It was delicious!
A fresh loaf of hot Italian bread was brought to the table where one could dip their bread in flavored oil.
Finally, the meal arrived. It was very, very good. They gave you two large meatballs, on a bed of HOMEMADE pasta. It was unbelievably good!!
April 23, 20095.0
5 stars. The best place to take your family to eat. The staff is respectfull, and the food is wonderfull!!! Everything was great!
I loved it
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