202 Sawdust Rd, The Woodlands, TX | Directions 7738030.126797 -95.446224
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Bovine Scatology – I'm calling out "Not worth my hard earned money
by fatguywholuvsfood at Citysearch"
You don't have a waiter and no tips are expected. You sound like a disguntled employee or you don't know what you are talking about. The Tilapia with the roasted red pepper sauce is awesome. I don't go out to eat, but if I spend my hard earned money, I always order it. When I complimented the owner of the sauce and wanted to purchase some of it, he gave me a container, free of charge.
Not worth my hard earned money – food is ok serviceis bad and price is even worse. Beware my server was drinking on the job and complaining about how they don't get to keep their tips.
Food kinda reminded me of a Stoufers frozen meal though the deserts are overpriced they are REALLY good.
decent food, outrageous prices – We've been here a couple of times over the past 2 years and we enjoyed the pizza when it was about $15 for a large. Now its gone up to $17 since the oil price hike and hasn't gone back down. We're told this is because it's a gourmet pizza and its the "best in Houston". Well I say the pizza is good, but its not worth $17. Neither the size of their large nor the flavor warrants such a high price. We're not likely to return unless a working website pops up one day and shows us a more reasonably priced menu.
better than 1st time – The first time we had dinner there about 1+ yrs ago was a disappointment; the food was less than great. This time had pasta diablo dish, which was supposed to be penne pasta (they didn't have penne, so I chose fettucini). The sauce was delicious, a creamy tomato sauce. Cost was about $7.95, but for the addition of shrimp a $2.50 fee was added. I was OK with that, but for THREE SHRIMP??? A bit off the wall! The clincher was this: My husband and I were expecting two of our little grandkids over, so we decided to order 2 kids meals of spaghetti and meatballs to take home, which were listed for $3.99. My husband ordered and was asked to pay $12 and some change. When he came back to the table and told me that, I said, The meals are only $3.99 apiece -- it doesn't add up. He went back to the counter, and was told that because it was a "to go" order, they charge $6.00 apiece!!! This is deceptive advertising, as far as I'm concerned. She should have informed him of this when he placed the order, rather than just slyly take the money and not breathe a word!! This left a sour taste in my mouth and despite the fairly good tasting dish I had, we won't go back again. Let's have some integrity and honesty toward the customer here.
Best Pizza in the Woodlands/Spring Texas – Delicious meals made from scratch. Small friendly atmosphere with lovely music in the background. Prices are great too. Try the pizza first. Individual servings and you won't be disappointed.
Like Mom used to make – I have high standards for Italian, especially since my mother is straight off the boat.... Sweet Bella is just like Mom used to make, and the most critical element to any Italian meal is the sauce, and it is right on top of it!
They have terrific meals, great specials, and great prices. It looks like a little hole in the wall, but the food definately backs it up.
Don't go here though if you want a romantic night out, it just isn't a fine dining type of place, but if you are in it for the good stuff you won't be disappointed!
Casual Italian eatery in Houston's northwest suburb for fresh-made fare and family dining. – In Short
Though the service and setup is rather casual, don't expect a fast food experience at this modern family-friendly Italian eatery. Step up to the front counter to place your order. The menu features simple Italian favorites like spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna Bolognese, hearty muffuletta sandwiches, salads, chicken and other pasta and meat entrees. The thin-crust pizza is especially popular with locals. Dessert options include individual-sized cheesecakes, cannoli and chocolate cake. Beer and wine served.
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