Sam and Rosanne Troia bring a taste of Italy and a dash of romance to Sedona. The slogan, "Where amore is the condiment of choice" sets the tone. Deco... More
Sam and Rosanne Troia bring a taste of Italy and a dash of romance to Sedona. The slogan, "Where amore is the condiment of choice" sets the tone. Decorated in soothing pastel colors and contemporary art, the crisp white table linens add a touch of formality. Served from the gleaming exhibition kitchen are pastas, pizzas, soups, salads and rotisserie chicken, with many items prepared from family recipes. Most menu items are priced from USD12-18. Full bar service offers wine by the glass ranging from USD5-8.
Italian restaurant without real Parmigiano Reggiano
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 18/09/2007
With an open kitchen as one wall the other three walls are glass allowing in lots of light during the day and views of some of the Red Rocks. There is a patio between the restaurant and the Highway 89A (the main road through Sedona). The local red wines were not available and this was not mentioned until we were ordering our meals. Slight oversight by our waiter but we had selected our entrees based upon the wines listed. While the menu makes numerous mention of using Real Italian products it is hard to understand why Troia's is using a grated parmesan substitute for real Parmigiano Reggiano. Non ci è amore a Troia's - There is no Love at Troia's.
We went in for dinner and waited over an hour for a spaghetti dinner. We finally left when the 2 chef's disappeared. As we were leaving the owner shouted at us that this was not a fast food restaurant. How long can it take to make a spaghetti dinner for 2. I would never go back.