My husband and I visited this restaurant on Friday night at about 8:30pm. When we walked in, we stood in the lobby for about 3 minutes while the wait staff talked to each other. It wasn't until another waiter walked up to get menus were we acknowledged. We were escorted to our table by a quick walking women and deserted. The meal was mediocre at best and the waitress was rude, did not meet our eye. I would not visit this place again.
Greatest sunsets! Best Italian food!.
I have been eating at this restaurant for years and never had a bad experience. The sunsets behind Camelback Mtn. are amazing and it is always fun to watch the airplanes come in. The servers are very personable, the crispy spinach is amazing, and the creme brule is out of this world! I have never eaten anything I didn't like there.
wonderful dining experience.
Romantic and good service. The food here is worth the drive. This restaurant is located at a small airport, so it is neat to see the airplanes land and taxie to eat here. The garlic pork dish that has the mandarin oranges in it is to die for!!!!!!
My father-in-law first took us there about 5 years ago, and we've been coming back ever since. The food is always consistantly good (seafood stuffed mushroom caps). The pasta dishes are cooked just right and never swimming in sauce. Even the lowly dinner salad is brought to new heights, with orange slices and olives, and finished off with a fantastic house dressing. The servers are all very professional and eager to please. All this and a great view of Falcon Field right from your table.
Anzio's Landing is the best kept secret in Phoenix. The food portions are huge and you will never leave hungry! The prices are kept down and Rex the owner is almost always around chatting with guests and ensuring their satisfaction. Puts the other Italian restaurants to shame!!!!