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D'Angleo Trattoria in Delray Beach

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D'Angleo Trattoria in Delray Beach

zook | Nov 5, 2011 10:41 AM

Stopped in last night for dinner with two friends. Had dinner outside as the weather was very pleasant. The inside of the restaurant was hopping. Service was very good and management came by the table several times to check on our satisfaction. Friends had a stuffed red pepper appetizer which did not look very appealing upon arrival, although they really enjoyed it. I had the arugula fig salad which was large and tasty although the figs themselves were hard and dried out. The friends split a plain pizza, which came out with a nice thin crust and slight char, and was enlivened by the addition (upon request) of some red pepper flakes. I ordered their spaghetti which was described as being cooked in garlic olive oil with toasted breadcrumbs and anchovies. While there were no anchovies in sight nor in flavor, the pasta itself was cooked perfectly and was really delicious. Portion sizes were good, I had plenty of salad and pasta to share. The prices were reasonable. They had a nice wine list decently priced. They don't take reservations for parties of less than six people. I'd recommend it.

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