Bambinelli's Italian Restaurant
3202 Northlake Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30345
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pets Allowed: No
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Great food but better service
The garlic rolls are great, and I'm not really a bread guy. I've had several dishes here over the years and all have been very good. The only thing I'd like are a few more dishes are aren't as pasta oriented... maybe something with some more veggies. But won't keep me from coming back every time I'm in Tucker.
The Caesar Salad is delicious. It goes well with thier pizza. The Tucker location is idea since it is accross from the Northlake Mall. The pics on the wall shows they have been around for a while, and even the celebrities enjoy thier food.
The Best Italian in Tucker! Great food, good prices and always make you feel like family. Haven't had a bad meal yet and we have been going to Bambinelli's for over 10 years. Thanks Bonnie for the great food!
We wanted to try something new and had a coupon. Went in this past Sunday 5/23/10 and the floors were so nasty with food and trash. The grouper was served with a hugh bowl of watery pasta and had NO taste. The eggplant parmasan was 3 very small pieces covered in tons of sauce and cheese. The salad and house dressing was very bland. I will never visit or recommend this place!
Everytime i go to Bambinelli's they make me feel like I am a part of the family. The food is always great and they are very accomendating to large parties.
This was my third time to this restaurant in less than two years. The last time I was there was between eight and 12 months ago. The first two times the Lasagna was great and that is the reason I wanted to go back here today(Nov. 14th, 2009). It all started with the rolls. They had no taste and neither my wife nor I thought they were tasty. They were too dry and tasted like they were missing something. Then we ordered Lasagna ($11.00) and Veal Marsala($15.00) and they both were very bland and spiceless. The Veal Marsala was three small pieces of meat on a huge plate with a few mushrooms in a sauce that tasted like water. It had no taste at all. I felt like I was in a foreign country that didn't know how to cook food. It was disgusting. The Lasagna my wife had was watered down, the sauce tasted like it came out of a can, and there were no spices on the food to make it tasty at all. Along to go with that the waitress didn't ask us if we were satisfied with the meal until after we had finished our meal. Then before I left the owner Bonnie Bambinelli was acting like a stuck up snob also. She was pointing me where to go, telling me where to stand, and acting like I should be serving her. I couldn't believe it. Please listen to my advice when I say do not waste your time with this restaurant. It's expensive, you'll be dissatisfied, and you'll wish you would have listened.
I've lived in the neighborhood a couple of years and hadn't yet tried Bambinelli's. So, my adult son, his girlfriend and I decided to try it one evening.
The garlic rolls were pretty good, and our service was excellent. That's all.
My son had lasagna which was unrecognizable. It looked like a bowl of red mush. It was cold in the middle, and he had to mix it to be able to eat it. I had the fried ravioli and baked ziti. The ravioli was terrible, very greasy tasting. The ziti was so uninteresting that it was not good. My son's girlfriend had eggplant parmagiana. Her dish was so salty that she couldn't eat it.
When the waiter came to take our plates, my son's girlfriend expressed that she didn't like hers because it was too salty. He took our plates away.
When he brought the check, he hadn't charged for her dinner and mine. That was very nice. We didn't request that. He just did it on his own. We were so impressed that we thought perhaps we should try this restaurant another evening.
When the waiter returned, my son asked if this was an ""off"" night, if they had a new cook, or if it was always like this. The waiter replied that it was always like this.
As we were leaving, the man at the entrance mumbled something at us. When my son asked him what he said, he repeated, ""Watch that sait intake."" This was not a friendly remark, but a snide remark. Unbelievable!
living in this area its not a jewl but finding this place is
the food is...
the people are...
and your garenteed an amazing fantastic great time
we took a family friend who went their when they were a kid nothing has changed you can tell when you walk in you will love it, with the walls lined in pictures of families loving their meals and its just so great Go and try it!
My family and I were in Atlanta on an overnight stay. The Mrs. had stated earlier while on the road that she had a taste for some Italian food. After arriving in town and checking into the hotel we were famished. Once we settled in, we immediately started searching for somewhere to eat. While my was diligently combing the yellowpages, I simply looked in the hotel guest services book and saw "Bambinelli's." I suggested that it would be perfect because it was very close to the hotel and it was "Italian Food." Well, we tried it and both of us agreed that it was by far some of the best Italian food we've had and the service was excellent! Even my finicky 2 year old daughter described the food as "terribly delicious," and ate a little more than usual.
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