HORRIBLE! Small establishment and although small we thought it was a very nice interior with table linens and a nice looking menu with what appears to be decent offerings. I would like to preface and say our waitress was attentive and caring. To start we ordered the daily appetizer special of Fried Zucchini and were disappointed with the breading and the oil that they were fried was old. Hubby and I both ordered the Chicken Florentine and they first brought me a breaded entree, which was not what the menu said but the waitress quickly offered to switch it to an un-breaded breast which I appreciated. Unfortunately the chicken was flat and tasteless, it was a frozen meat. The sauce was way too thick and flavorless, the spinach also tasted as if it had been frozen; NOT a $21 dollar plate and I could not eat this. We ordered a side of broccoli that still had the dirty stem end attached, and was waterlogged from boiling. The garlic bread was a good size piece of ciabatta but the butter was unsalted, agin not much flavor. This overpriced dinner did not come with a salad or vegetable and the garlic bread was an uncharge. I will never eat here again and do not recommend this establishment.
What a great gem in Knoxville! Delish food, laid back atmosphere. BYOB ($3 cork fee.per person). We really enjoyed everything about Savelli's! Will definitely return and bring out of town guests!
Very small, but intimate restaurant. Not sure about the prices because they aren’t displayed on their menu. I ordered a sweet tea, lobster fettuccine, and the banana fosters bread pudding to go and it all came to $61.00. I did like that they offer BYOB. You can bring your own bottle of wine and they charge $3 per person cork fee. The food was really good and I definitely recommend trying if you love authentic Italian food.
We just happen to run across this little gem of a place. The food was incredible and the atmosphere was awesome. The food was hot and fresh and we didn't have one bad thing from the appetizer to the desserts.
I stopped in on a whim at a slow time. The lady proprietors invited me in and fixed a wonderful bowl of soup. I’ve since forgotten which one but, I am certain that their entire faire is worthy of praise on the highest. The dining room is cozy and is Bring Your Own Bottle of wine. There are sheers separating the booth and tables. Very nice atmosphere. The hours are prime time and reservations are suggested. Bring her here with a bottle of your favorite and you won’t be disappointed.
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