We always visit the restaurant and pastry shop a few times every time we come down to the Crest. We have tried just about everything on the menu in the restaurant and it is always delicious. Someone from the family is always there to greet you and talk to you. Their staff is friendly also. At the pastry shop they have wonderful home baked goods and pasta, soups and sauces to take home with you. We highly recommend this place!
The ravioli house has the best Italian food in Wildwood. I've been coming here on and off for the last 30 years and have never been disappointed. My favorite dish has been the cheese ravioli with bolognese sauce hands down number 1. Eating in or taking out you will have an amazing experience.
We come here as often as we can. Delicious food, beautiful and family-friendly atmosphere or perfect for date night. Outdoor patio seating was gorgeous, and we had a night where it was very comfortable to be outside. Service was friendly and the food was unbeatable. The chocolate cake was to die for. When the waitress said "let me bring out the dessert cart" we nearly fainted from excitement. Highly recommend this to any family or couple looking for good, authentic Italian food.
The made in-house pasta was delicious. To be honest, I found the restaurant interior to be somewhat dated and drab, but the food was far better than the look, and that's what really matters. It's a tad on the pricey side, but if you're in the mood for pasta, I would recommend.
It’s a great experience. The ambiance is very welcoming and charming. Amazing wines, food and service. Staff are extremely knowledgeable and make great recommendations. Come enjoy Friday night karaoke and the beautiful vocals and musical talent from the lovely @annnmicha. If you haven't been, then please do stop in and enjoy while also supporting your local business and by far one of the islands island's hidden secrets. Suggest that you try for yourself, you will not be disappointed.
I our quest to hit and review every restaurant in the Wildwoods, this was our latest stop.
We went early, as we usually do, to avoid waiting to be seated. They also have a parking lot if driving, but my guess it would fill up quickly during later dinning hours.
Our order consisted of Mozzarella Sticks, Fried Ravioli, Bruschetta, Veal Parmigiano, Baked Manicotti with Sausage, Ravioli, Pepperoni Pizza and a Carafe of Red Sangria.
First and most importantly, the gravy/sauce was very good that was served with the appetizers and entrees. That is usually a show stopper for a review of an Italian restaurant.
Everything was very good with the following exceptions. The veal was overcooked with burnt edges and on the dry side. The Sangria seemed void of any alcohol, other than that it was tasty. Another item, not just isolated to the Ravioli House is no hot sausage. Why only serve sweet sausage, comon-man, spice it up a little.
Then we ordered some desert, Cannoli, Red Velvet Cake, Chocolate Covered Cannoli and Snickers Pie, all were delicious.
With (Hopefully!) the worst weather of the season we had a fantastic meal. My brother is a chef and Italian so I’m always nervous dining out with him, haha, and he was impressed! Great dinner, great service. Nice portions, we all had leftovers. Looking forward to going again!