Had their three course happy lunch for $18 which was delicious. Free bread, olive oil and vinegar were provided. We were a party of fifteen but they couldn't do separate bills, just by table. Only complaint but no biggie. Service was prompt and attentive. Water was always refilled without the need to ask.
The reviews influenced our visit here. We love trying new places but kinda wished we went to Nora's instead this time. I will say the wine was really good!
Such a great low key Italian Restaurant. Went last night with a friend and sat at the bar to have dinner. Come as you are casual. Had the special Lamb and Risotto, so tender. The Burrata is so fresh. The lasagna is homemade yumminess. Homemade ravioli, oye. Had the tiramisu and chocolate cake and I'm still thinking about them today. So fresh, moist and light yet full texture and flavor. Service was fantastic.
Amazing food, amazing service! Hands down the best Italian food I've ever had. Courtney truly was amazing and the shrimp alfredo was to die for! My son had the chicken picatta which was also delicious! Nice selection of Italian wines and beer. We will always come back here ❤️
Sometimes it’s easy to take for granted what’s right under your nose—and I’m definitely guilty of that. So it took us a long minute to visit Italian eatery Aromi, which is only a mile from our doorstep in Summerlin North. Debuting in April 2021, it’s located in the former Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen space and in the same plaza as Ohlala French Bistro. The dinner’s scene-stealer was definitely the visually arresting Squid Ink Spaghetti with Lobster, Scallops + Arrabbiata sauce, an unbeatable combination of flavors + textures. We also had the beautifully plated Pan-Seared Scottish Salmon with Roasted Vegetable Flavored Forbidden Rice and Citrus Sauce. Executive chef and founder German Castellanos knows how to create wondrous food that pushes back against an unforgiving world. He has impressive stripes, too, as “Chef de Cuisine” at Valentino at The Venetian where he was key to their 12-year run. We’ll be back soon to this neighborhood gem (which includes a wine bar), where the ambience is inviting and the waiters are friendly + sharp. Next time, we’ll definitely leave room for dessert by Castellano’s partner + Valentino alum, pastry chef Alessandro Stoppa.