Seattle >Tulio Ristorante
Enter the antique revolving doors of Seattle's Tulio Ristorante and you'll discover the sounds and aromas of a bustling Italian trattoria. Solaio, our upstairs dining room, is a charming and beautifully decorated venue with a wine-cellar motif. Tulio can accommodate up to 75 people for sit-down events and up to 100 people for a reception. There is no room rental fee charged for using Solaio. At Tulio, we strive to make each event special. Customized menus, candles for the tables and background music are complimentary. It's the perfect venue for rehearsal dinners and post wedding brunches. …
Very, Very Good. A very beautiful setting. Excellent service, delicious entrées, possibly one of the best restaurants in Seattle.
Incredible dining experience!.
We got a recommendation to eat at Tulios from our concierge. It was truly a great eating experience from beginning to end. The food was really really good and the service was top notch. Everything from the salad to the main dish (lamb sirloin) to the dessert was filling, relatively large portions and extremely tasty! For the price which was above average, this was definitely worth every penny of the money spent.
I would recommend anyone that is in Downtown Seattle give this place a shot.
Not sure why the hype - brunch took almost an hour to arrive with most of the food arriving cold. We were too hungry to ask for it to be reheated or remade so we ate it cold. If the food had been hot it would still only have been average.
Hotel and restaurant staff were pleasant if somewhat inefficient.
We went and had a nice time, but we mentioned the bit of advertising on this website, "Free - Mention Citysearch, receive Chef's Special Hors D'oeuvres" When we did, our waitress acted surprised, and what we recieved as our "Hors D'oeuves" was two small crostini (think smaller than a matchbox) with a spoonful of tomato on top. So, don't go expecting to get something special or of any real size if you mention you saw their ad on Citysearch.
Other than that, our meal was good. The restaurant's decor was beautiful. The staff are great. Yet, the oversall experience left something to be desired.
We were just there for a holiday dinner for a party of eight. The service was great and the food was out of this world.
Everyone was impressed.. Ask for Dirk as your waitor.
This cornerstone of downtown dining offers lush Italian food and classic cocktails in an intimate setting..
Dim and cozy, the small bar and adjoining restaurant are comfortable places for an after-work cocktail or pre-theater meal. If a nearby theater is on the agenda for the evening, servers will give plenty of speedy attention, but leisurely meals are also enjoyable--either way, the staff keeps glasses filled and tables cleared without being obtrusive.
It's easy to have a meal just of appetizers, which include crunchy grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto and drizzled with cream sauce, fried sweet-potato gnocchi and refreshing carpaccio accented with sweet grapes. If a larger entree is in order, don't miss the stuffed veal chop, filled with mozzarella and prosciutto. Better to request a side of ricotta whipped potatoes than save room for dessert--whether it's the overdone chocolate cake or the too-tart raspberry crostata, they're lacking in finesse.
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