Salads at Doppio include arugula, Caesar, endive, Romaine and others. And, if you want a warm appetizer, try one of the soups, like the minestrone, pasta fagioli, lentil or tomato soup. When you get a pizza at Doppio, you can choose between red or white with options like a classic Margherita, caprese, pesto or prosciutto pizza, among other delicious options. Favorite entrées include veal scaloppini, veal Milanese, chicken picante and salmon.
Great food and service; just wish the tables weren’t so close together:)
It was lovely. The pizza was amazing. The minestrone soup was great too. And the service and the location was really nice
Second time. Thought I'd try once more after a horrible first experience. If possible, it was worse. Noise level prevented conversation without screaming. Starters and mains took forever to arrive. Server kept forgetting simple requests--water, bread, napkin. Stay away at all cost!!!
Being able to sit outside is an amazing addition Doppio just added to their already fantastic dining experience.
Food was really good - arugula salad, pastas, specials. Service inconsistent - missing when we needed them and hovering when we didn't.
One of our favorite places to dine in Greenwich. Food and service are consistently good. Pizzas and pastas are exceptional. Salads are fresh and generous portions (salmon particularly tasty). Don't leave without dessert!
Solid restaurant and consistently good. We are always pleasantly surprised by the delicious the food.
My daughter's pasta was great, my pasta with white clam sauce was too dry and there were hardly any clams.
Unfortunately first impressions count. My husband rolled out silverware that was caked with food. No excuse.
Visited for the first time on Sunday the waiter was very attentive and polite. The pizza was very good I got a pepperoni pizza there was a lot of pepperoni which my fiancé loved but I’d prefer less and would have asked for extra cheese if I had known but overall was delightful. My fiancé got the Lasagna which tasted amazing! We also got the fried calamari app which also came with some fried shrimp and both types of calamari bodies and rings. We did not like the full body calamari which was half of what was served so that was a bummer not knowing I wish the description put this information.
Good casual Italian restaurant. Very good Pizza -best in town. Very good pasta and tomato sauce. Good selection of entres. Go for the food not the ambiance.
Our first visit. Extremely slow service on a Saturday night. Took more than an hour after ordering to get our appetizers or some bread. Tables very close together (I was constantly bumped into by waiters and other patrons). Food was good (seafood, salads, pastas). But I felt like it was overpriced for what it was.
Wonderful family owned. Consistently good food, excellent staff.
The best chef in all of CT it is a must hit spot for sure !
Our daughter celebrated her Art in the district art show.
I ordered the carbonara, it was the best I’ve had in many, many years. Light on the cream sauce and pasta was exquisite, Perfect al dente!
Unfortunately we had a table of four that were loud and made the experience less than desirable. Wish the Manager would have asked them to keep their voices/shouts lower.
What a delightful surprise to find this hidden gem off Greenwich Avenue. Robust Tuscan wines. Robust portions of salmon and veal milanese. It's on our return to list.
Servers each had attitude
A little on the expensive side but it is Greenwich.
Great low key food and a comfortable setting, however the person attending to me was always busy on their cell phone instead of keeping their eye on the patrons. No major harm done, but I shouldn't look up and try and get my server's attention while their attention is on their cell phone.
The food is outstanding and that comes from an Italian American good cook. I had rigatoni with egg plant that I will most definitely order again in the near future. There were four of us and we all raved about our pasta dishes. Bravo.