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Asiago Euro-Cuisine (CLOSED)

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301 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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Asiago Euro-Cuisine (CLOSED) - Pittsburgh, PA

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Asiago closed its doors in August 2006. These reviews are for Paradiso Ristorante, which opened in Oct 2006!

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We used to enjoy Asiago and suffered a big dissapointment when we visited Paradiso last Saturday. Had to give a star to enter review. We made a reservation for 7.30PM and should ...

Never again 8/29/2010

We used to enjoy Asiago and suffered a big dissapointment when we visited Paradiso last Saturday. Had to give a star to enter review. We made a reservation for 7.30PM and should have left when we found we were the only people there. The waitress was friendly but the food was terrible. The lettuce in the salad had seen better days. The potataoes and vegtables had clearly been cooked much earlier and reheated more than once. the rest was bland bearing not relationship to the dishes on their web site. Far far from fine dining at high prices we will never be returning. The owner should be glad that you have not updated the reviews from Asiago. more

Asiago closed its doors in August 2006. These... 6/3/2009

chola52 Provided by Partner
Asiago closed its doors in August 2006. These reviews are for Paradiso Ristorante, which opened in Oct 2006! more

You are reviewing a restaurant that closed 2 1/2 years ago! 3/29/2009

Please note that these reviews are for the restaurant that formerly existed at this location. I have tried to e-mail your offices numerous times w/o a response. Please update this listing! Lisa Fedorka-Prop. .Paradiso Ristorante, Pittsburgh PA more

How Long Do Reviews Run? 3/11/2009

chola52 Provided by Partner
Asiago closed its doors in early August 2006. more

Asiago Has It All 2/6/2003

Asiago has it all: choice food, drink, service and ambience. We were extremely satisfied with our whole dining experience. The food at Asiago was top notch. As an appetizer we had the delightful asparagus ravioli. The presentation of the ravioli was almost as good as the flavor. Then, for the second course, we each had the distinctive gorgonzola salad. The combination of the ingredients in this salad were very enjoyable. The entrees we selected were the tasteful, well-seasoned cherry glazed duck and the savory filet mignon that was served with two sauces. Both of these entrees were tender cuts of meat and cooked to perfection. My husband and I took advantage of the exquisite selections of wine by glass, and after dinner cordials. The service was impeccable. Our server, Kelly was friendly, professional and knowledgeable. Next time we will try to save room for dessert. Pros: food, service, parking more

AWESOME AMBIANCE 2/5/2003

I had my first date with my wife at Asiago five years ago; and ever since then that is where we celebrate our anniversary. I remember how concerned I was on that first date. I was so nervous before I got to the restaraunt, then to my surprise I found the establishment to be extremely classy and smooth. To follow up the atmosphere, the food was exemplary. It is our favorite place to dine in the city. Pros: ambiance, food, service more

DELICIOUS FOOD 2/3/2003

I have been a fan of Asiago for two years now. As a regular at the restaraunt i must tell you that the service there is outstanding. The food is absolutely delicious. Those asparagus raviolis melt in your mouth, the pistachio crusted crabcake is to die for. evryone ought to eat at this establishment. Pros: service, food, wine more

Finest wines in the city 2/3/2003

I have been a patron of this restaraunt since it opened; and let me tell you the wine list at Asiago keeps getting better and better as time goes on. The fantastic list of Bordeaux with names like Lafite, Margaux, Talbot to name a few. THe array of California cabernet was also extremely exceptional. This place is a must for wine lovers everywhere. Pros: wine, service, food more

Fresh is the key 1/22/2003

Everything is absolutely fresh. The meat was melt-in-your-mouth tender and done the way I ordered it. The fish dishes are imaginative and the vegetables very fresh and not overcooked. The salads are big and the dressings are very good. The presentations I thought are appetizing. I also thought the portions were ample. They also have one of the best wine lists in the city. Pros: excellent fresh food, great wine, convenient parking more

FAST AND DELICIOUS 1/22/2003

On my first visit to the restaraunt, I came in by myself; and let me tell you the service was outstanding. I really felt welcome there. Then the food came, and it just blew my socks off. The smells that were emanating throughout the establishment was overwhelming. I totally reccomend this restaraunt. It was a really great experience. Pros: service, food more

Great Food - Great Service 1/20/2003

As a regular at Asiago I always marvel at the amazing consistency in their food and service. I enjoy the great diversity of dishes and their excellent wine list. The place is a must go if you are in the downtown area. Pros: Good Parking, Transportation to the more

day or night DELIGHT! 1/20/2003

I'VE ENJOYED DINING IN PITTSBURGH FOR BUSINESS AND PLEASURE FOR THE LAST 17 YEARS. ASIAGO'S HAS BEEN MY #1 CHOICE THE LAST TWO YEARS FOR ENTERTAINING THE CEO OF MY COMPANY , AS WELL AS, MY DATES , FRIENDS, AND FAMILY! THE FOOD HAS ALWAYS BEEN DELIGHTFUL AND THE SERVICE EXCEPTIONAL!! BUT MY TWO FAVORITE THINGS ABOUT ASIAGO'S HAS BEEN THE WINE AND THE FRIENDLY MANAGEMENT! LUNCH OR DINNER, DELIGHTFUL!!! Pros: FRIENDLY, ATTENTIVE, VARIETY Cons: LARGER BAR AREA more
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  • The Scene
    Foodies ponder this dilemma on a regular basis. Well, they'll get no definitive answers from eating at Asiago Euro-Cuisine. Both cuisines are evenly represented, and both fare well. Lunch is always crowded here, with lines snaking out the door. Dinner is quieter and more relaxed, and served in large portions.

    The Food
    One of the signature items executive chef Yves Carreau whips up is the asparagus ravioli with a tomato and basil sauce. It's served as either an appetizer or an entree and is not to be missed. The fettucini and chicken diavolo, with hot peppers and Italian sausage also is a good choice; it really gets the adrenaline going. A more subtle dish of note is the Alsatian duck breast, a large portion cooked to dark-red perfection.

  • 12/20/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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