You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the tender pastas, well-sized personal pizzas, and entrées that come out of this Marlton eatery. The food is delicate and the ingredients are quality, but we love this restaurant most for its great outdoor seating and unpretentious air.
Last Friday, 8/20, my wife and I had lunch at Pizzicato. We have eaten there regularly for lunch, when we shop, 2X per month. Our service and food have always been good and prompt. The rolls and personal pizzas are very similar to those found in the piazzas in Sienna. Of course, being pleasant to the wait staff is always good because you get treated like royalty. A nice touch for a shopping mall. Soups are consistently flavorful as well as the salads and main courses. We have not eaten dinner there, but have sampled just about everything on the menu. Patience is a virtue. Don't take fussy children. Posted by Ross: Aug. August 24th, 2010 at 1:33 PM
my daughter and I went to Pizzicato at the suggestion of a friend. I ordered a grilled vegetable panini and my daughter a person pizza. The panini arrived with shredded vegetables on a torpedo roll and my daughter's pizza was burned on one side. I could not believe that anyone let these two entres leave the kitchen and be served to the public. I informed my friend and you can belive that neither of us will dine there again. Posted by Amy: Aug. August 21st, 2010 at 3:37 PM