1200 E Hampden Ave, Englewood, CO | Directions 8011339.652977 -104.973530
Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
AMAZING EXPERIENCES HERE!!! SIT IN DEMITRES SECTION – My girlfriend and I have come here quite a few times and we ALWAYS request to sit with Demitre. He is an INCREDIBLE waiter and is very knowledgable about the wine(s), appetizers, and food.
We enjoy the atmosphere, service and food tremendously. rhis is an Italian restaurant that can compete with any other great one out their. All of their entrees are homemade and AMAZING. I enjoy the Fettuccine Alfredo with chicken the best. I HIGHLY recommend this establishment.
They are closed on Sundays (tradition) so that is the only unfortunate thing about this restaurant.
Wow Rude – Just called to make a reservation and the guy told me it was unlikely that I would get a reservation on Sunday for 5 because they are closed.
It is unlikely that I will ever try this restaurant.
Good Food Good Service! – Good and tasty food. They were very accomadating! Great service and very kind. Like being with family! Loved it!
Hidden Gem – Once again, I took friends to this wonderful hidden gem, and left with everyone promising to return . The service was professional, the food incredibly prepared and presented, and the ambience perfect. Finally Englewood has an establishment that rivals most Italian restaurants in the Denver area. Please spread the word as I would hate to see this lovely establishment suffer the current economical struggle. It's worth every penny for a normal night out as well as your special celebration.
What a great surprise! – For the long-in-tooth, this location was formerly Frattelli's. I expected a re-do of the campy, Italian restaurant. NOT! The decor is hip and tasteful - modern in natural stone and warm colors. The bar is very inviting and the tables are cozy in this modern/warm setting. The martini list is refreshing, including some standards like Negronis and Manhattans that aren't the over-sugared, sweet cough-syrup tasting concoctions repeated at every other "martini bar." We ordered a nice bottle of wine from a remarkably robust wine list. The bottle we chose was sold out, so the proprieter upgraded at their expense - not necessary, but a very nice gesture from management working hard to make this place a success. The melon was cut into large sections and generously wrapped in procuitto that was sliced so appropriately paper thin and tender, it melted in your mouth. The calamari was good, albiet a bit over-breaded. I had Cioppino. Wow! I sopped every bit of the delicious, lightly spiced sauce with their fresh bread. My wife and her friend both had a delicious piece of Mahi with grilled polenta and fresh beans. I snuck a few bites from her plate and wondered if I should have ordered that. It was delicious as well. My buddy had a great plate of spagetti with huge shrimp in a spicy sauce. The most expensive thing on the menu was $24, and most was between $15 and $18 with the pastas being even a bit less. We finished off with a terrific tasting creme brule and an after dinner drink. The only disappointing surprise was that this restaurant wasn't packed on a Saturday night! (Good for us, as we got a good table. But I worry about places like this getting enough business.) There really isn't anything like this in this part of town - and it would compare well to most top tables anywhere in the city! I will try it for happy hour and see how it rates. At this point, I'd rate it: "Highly recommended."
Fantastic Italian food! – The neighborhood is lacking, but once you're inside the restaurant, you'll be quite surprised! It's quite elegant, the wait staff is VERY attentive, and the food will amaze you. We've frequented this restaurant several times, and have never been disappointed!! The food is intermediately priced, and I can't say enough how fantastic all of the dishes are. Check this restaurant out! It was also nice to meet the owner of this restaurant... it's always nice to support local business persons.
Undici Ristorante – I took my husband to celebrate his new job and this was one of the best meals we have had in Denver. I wasn't sure what to expect, from previous reviews on this site it seems to be a place that one either loves or hates! We had reservations and were promptly seated on our arrival. The service was very attentitive and the staff knowledgable about the menu. I had the sauted salmon; it was beauitfully cooked and melted in my mouth. My husband had pasta; which was homemade and perfectly cooked with a well seasoned meat sauce.
The atmosphere is very nice but, a little loud. A frequent complaint of mine on restaurants.
We will make Undici a frequent destination for future evenings out.
priceless – all i have to say is if you dont leave undici ristorante completely satisfied, your lying. where else can you find a couple more passionate about business than alex and dina kallas. very sincere about their service and very detailed about their food. they make sure they treat all of there customers like family because when you dine with them, thats how they want you feeling "family". they have been in the business for a very long time and have rare skills in customer service you can only find with in the family. alex knows food and trust me will make sure you are taken care of in his establishment. the place is beautiful,clean, and desireable. nice crowd, excellent valet service, and very friendly atmosphere. I would recommend this place to the president. if u like steaks also try there other place steakhouse 10. incredible.
Only for those who truly know fine Italian cuisine. – From the ashes of Fratelli's comes the fantastic new reborn and much improved Undici. The chefs were taken from the homeland of Italy and Greece.
The Mediteranean ambiance has a quality only exceeded by the quality of what can be seen as Mama's homemades and the elegance of the neighorhood finest Italian restorante.
I have dined there many times. To say that the Undici rigatoni is anything less than perfect is to say that you do not know Italian food.
My service is always immediate and there is no hesitation between courses other than polite allowance for one to savor the courses. If one wants to put a rush on it, one may. However, what is the need?
The host and hostesses are the owners themselves. They care about you. Where else?
The wine and liquor is ultimate quality. If you have little ones who do not drink, they may be entertained by the fountain.
The waiters and waitresses are hand-picked and very sensitive to every aspect of the dining experience.
If you want a fantastic dining experience, come to Undici.
There is ample parking and if you prefer it, valet parking.
I would like to accentuate any compliments that could be given to this fine eating establishment.
You probably would enjoy this eatery even more if you knew that the restaurant is family owned and caters to not only families but any prospective patron who comes through its doors with the attitude of 100 per cent customer service.
Come in and receive a friendly greeting. Be catered to by fine Italian chefs from the old country. Taste the beverage of your choice superbly served by the expert wait staff, be it wine or non-alcoholic. Also do not forget you may want an after-dinner cappucino or espresso.
A restaurant like this can only be produced as it has been produced: from a fine restauranteur family.
Do not let lesser perceptions shadow the perfection you may enjoy here.
I personally dine at Undici weekly and would not have it any other way.
below average italian with a hefty price – first and last time at this overpriced restaurant. trust me i dont mind paying for a good meal but the only highlight was the waiter. i went with family from out of town and truly felt embarrassed. the food was below average at best and we had to wait over a half hour between courses. all i can say is BEWARE!!!!!
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