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Autogrill - any good?

paper_bag_princess Sep 7, 2006 03:52 PM

What's the deal with this place?

Anyone been to the one on Adelaide? Is it worth going?

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    hungryabbey Sep 7, 2006 07:51 PM

    Ive eaten at autogrill once and we were the only people in there, so the good thing was the service was EXCELLENT. The food was really good in my opinion too, not the best italian or pasta Ive had, but good casual food. We had this bruschetta pizza thing for an appetiser, which was pretty good, and I had a pasta with chicken and sundried tomatoes in a spicy tomato sauce. I thought the portions were perfect, and everything went pretty well, so give it a try, its inexpensive so its not like your gonna blow it on something really bad.

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      alltummy Sep 7, 2006 10:14 PM

      it's definitely not bad. and Tutti Matti is definitely more expensive- just wanted to make sure it didn't seem like I was comparing the two. But hope you enjoy Tutti Matti if you go!http://tuttimatti.com/Menu_page.htm

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      alltummy Sep 7, 2006 04:53 PM

      for me- autogrill on adelaide is just average. nothing terrible, nothing great. and it is SOOO hard to go there when there is spectacular tuscan food right across the street at Tutti Matti (one of my fave restaurants who have been quietly turning out phenomenal food for at least 3-4 years now)

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        paper_bag_princess Sep 7, 2006 05:27 PM

        Thanks, sounds like I'll give Tutti Matti a try instead of Autogrill.

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        foodserviceprofessional Sep 7, 2006 04:51 PM

        The food is similar to the one on Eglinton. Its nice, unpretentious dining, friendly service, nothing extraordinary, generally reliable. Kinda lacking in atmosphere, since there's hardly ever anyone there.

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