Restaurant Reviews for Central Pennsylvania.
272 North StreetHarrisburg, PA 17101
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We took out of town visitors to this place after reading great reviews. We were very disappointed! First of all, the place was way too crowded, hot and stuffy. We were greeted (if you can call it that) by a rather dour looking person, not at all friendly. The food was ok - the service was not. I had to ask several times for a refill on coffee, including once from a waitress other than ours. I expected a much different experience.
My husband and I love this place beyond words. Everytime we get a moment to ourselves this is where we spend it. The food is mouth watering and the service has always been great.
Great Sunday Brunch Option ( :Mimosa, and several choices of Eggs Benedict)
A word of advice if you’ve never been to Mangia Qui - rearrange your to do list. This place is well worth the visit! The downstairs is a very nice, quaint Italian restaurant and the upstairs is a gorgeous tapas bar called Suba complete with a high wooden beamed ceiling, colorful artwork, and detailed spanish decor.
I chose to stop in on a Sunday for brunch and eat at a table outside on North Street. The service was good and the atmosphere very relaxed, but it was the food that most impressed me. The menu had quite a few great options on it which made the decision difficult but in the end I ordered the Italian breakfast - pecan raisin sweet bread dipped in egg, sauteed, topped with mascarpone and powdered sugar served with bacon. Was I ever impressed! The Italian style french toast was outstanding and the bacon was cooked perfectly, crispy and heavily peppered. My girlfriend ordered the Mozzarella en carrozza, a delicious grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup. The soup turned out to be more of a dipping sauce but the two together were good to the last bite. Come to think of it, there wasn’t a bite left after all was said and done. The restaurant is known for using local produce and while the prices are a little higher, the quality of the food is well worth it. I’ve already put trying the tapas bar upstairs at the top of my to do list.
I eat there often, not only is the food great but they provide a lunch card where after so many purchases you get one free. The food is amazing. I agree with the comment above high quality ingredients. The soups are homemade and wonderful and everything else i have had so far was as well. The prices are fair. Overall I must personally say my favorite restaurant in the area.
I have been eating here for 6 years. I would have if I did not love it. High quality ingredients, superbly prepared and well worth the expense. Great wine list to boot (by the glass or bottle)The tuscan grill (dry aged rib eye grilled with sea salt & served with a spicy sauce), Scallops with meyer lemon risotto, the calamari (light and devoid of grease), Osso Bucco (in the fall) & the pana cotta are some of the dishes I highly recommend here. Cant wait for my next visit.
This is a lovely restaurant, especially for a special occasion. The atmosphere and the food are superb. Upstairs at Suba is also a nice change of pace.
We always dine there for milestone events like our 30th anniversary last year & our 60th birthdays this year. We love Valentines Days there. We’ve found a sublime, joyous, and romantic environment at Manga Qui with stellar creative meals and service to celebrate our life events. Office retirement luncheons are great there too. Guess this is a rave review well earned by the management and staff! Tim&Earl, Easton & Harrisburg & NYC
I agree with Christian . . . I’ve eaten at Manga Qui many, many times and the meal was excellent every time.
I’ve probably been to Mangia Qui ten times and I’ve never had anything but an excellent meal. The menu is put together with care using fresh ingredients, everything is cooked perfectly, the drinks are mixed mice and strong, and the service is excellent.
Mangia Qui is everything a restaurant should be and I think it’s the jewel of Harrisburg restaurants.
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