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Posted by SJ Sayre on 06/25/2012
Went here for dinner on a Tuesday. The four of us were seated right away. A/c set just right not too hot, not too cold. We had the Bruchetta al Pomodoro as appetizer two of us had the calzones, one had the Polenta and one had the Fusilli Tartufati. Everything was great, and we plan on coming back next time we are in Hollywood.
Posted by Chris on 01/22/2011
I have been a patron of Farfalla's for nearly fifteen years. I'm a fussy eater but keep going back for good reason. The food is fantastic and, in my humble opinion, even with the accolades it is still the most underrated Italian restaurant in LA. I've taken colleagues there from Rome and Venice who rave.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2009
I heard a lot of positives and really looked forward to the evening. If you want medium to low end food, in a noisy atmosphere with prices (premium) not aligned with the quality (poor) of the experience this is your place.
Posted by Peter on 12/12/2008
This place has been here for 20 years and with good reason. It's good northern Italian food, extensive wine menu (shared with wine bar Vinoteca a few doors down), and friendly neighborhood atmosphere. Always lines, which also tells you something. Not cheap, but worth the price.
Posted by Emily on 05/11/2008
I absolutely LOVE Farfalla. I used to go there all the time. They are a little pricey, however, so i have cut down on my visits. The service is fantastic, and there is a very friendly vibe. Every time I walk in they are smiling (and not the fake kind of smile). I am a very picky eater, but everything I get at Farfalla I can't have enough. The atmosphere is relaxing and upbeat. I would recommend farfalla for any special occasion.
Posted by Bic on 07/11/2006
I'm fussy about Italian food, and this place comes closest to what you would find in Italy. Thin crust pizzas (although they could be done a bit crispier), excellent pastas (always al dente). A bit pricy, noisy with tables close together, but there's a reason there's been a line every weekend night for 15 years or more!