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Radici Ristaurante ***

Located in the Courtyard Marriot in Danvers, we entered to almost empty dining area and a few hotel guests chatting by the fireplace. It was obviously a slow night, but once the waiter appeared, things ran smoothly.  We sat down at a table for two and were presented the  three-page menu consisting of some delicious sounding entrees - to my pleasant surprise.

We ordered the pan-seared Atlantic salmon ($17) and the grilled black Angus tenderloin with red wine demi-glazed onions, roasted-garlic mashed potato and grilled asparagus ($24).  The salmon came with cider reduction, polenta cake, and vegetables.

For a hotel restaurant, the food was excellent! Some other dishes were the Orrechiette pasta ($16) and grilled honey-brined pork chop ($17).  I did feel the restaurant looked generic and had no personality, but you can't expect much from a hotel restaurant.

Cuisine: American, Italian, International

Ambience: Casual, Intimate

The Good:
Service: Excellent
Cleanliness: Spotless
People: Quiet, only a few other adults dining.
Parking: lot

The Bad:
Portions: Average
Location: inside the Marriot with no signs outside letting you know it exists
Price: Expensive (thank goodness for my gift certificate) - really affected my rating

Date Rate: I'm impressed!

Overall Value: 3

Radici Ristorante
275 Independence Way
Danvers, MA 01923
(978) 777-8630

Radici Ristorante on Urbanspoon

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