23805 review-ristorante-doria-nice-italian-place ristorante-doria-nice-italian-place http://www.ristorantedoria.feedback/review-ristorante-doria-nice-italian-place 7872 6 6 6 0 0 0 Ristorante Doria is a nice Italian place in the U-District that stands well on its own, but is not quite as strong when compared to all the other great Italian options in Seattle. They have a solid happy hour, with a tasty sangria that had me happily buzzed by the end of the meal and generous wine pours. Their bruschetta is tasty if a little too crunchy, and the polenta with truffle cream sauce is quite rich and indulgent, in a good way. The cavatelli with wild mushrooms is decent, but the mushrooms did not seem any different than what I could pick up from Safeway, and the sauce was definitely reminiscent of Campbell's cream of mushroom soup. Service is decent as well, and given how they serve gluten free pasta here, I can see how it would be a favorite for some. <p>Ristorante Doria is a nice Italian place in the U-District that stands well on its own, but is not quite as strong when compared to all the other great Italian options in Seattle. They have a solid happy hour, with a tasty sangria that had me happily buzzed by the end of the meal and generous wine pours. Their bruschetta is tasty if a little too crunchy, and the polenta with truffle cream sauce is quite rich and indulgent, in a good way. The cavatelli with wild mushrooms is decent, but the mushrooms did not seem any different than what I could pick up from Safeway, and the sauce was definitely reminiscent of Campbell&rsquo;s cream of mushroom soup. Service is decent as well, and given how they serve gluten free pasta here, I can see how it would be a favorite for some.</p> 2016-08-22T20:55+0000

Ristorante Doria is a nice Italian place in the U-District that stands well on its own, but is not quite as strong when compared to all the other great Italian options in Seattle. They have a solid happy hour, with a tasty sangria that had me happily buzzed by the end of the meal and generous wine pours. Their bruschetta is tasty if a little too crunchy, and the polenta with truffle cream sauce is quite rich and indulgent, in a good way. The cavatelli with wild mushrooms is decent, but the mushrooms did not seem any different than what I could pick up from Safeway, and the sauce was definitely reminiscent of Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup. Service is decent as well, and given how they serve gluten free pasta here, I can see how it would be a favorite for some.