Sometimes we find a place that we like even though the food is not as good as we would like it to be. Rossini's falls into that category. Although our lunches were just average, we would return here because it had a nice "feel" to it. Everything was very clean and the establishment was cheery with all the brightly colored paintings and an array of paint on the walls. The weekend menu included breakfast offerings like waffles, available with a variety of toppings, pancakes, eggs, etc. from 8 AM to 3 PM along with the usual lunch/dinner offerings: salads, pizza with a choice of 28 toppings, pastas, subs, panini, calzones and more. According to the menu, an easy to clean, laminated booklet with plastic binding (a nice touch), Rossini's makes its own pizza dough and sauce on the premises. The restaurant is small and seats about 30 - 40 people in two seating areas and at bar seating. The wooden chairs and banquettes are spaced adequately apart so that we did not feel cramped. The service was excellent and the waitresses were very attentive. All in all, if we were in this neighborhood again, we would definitely stop in. For about the same amount of money as we would spend at most pizza places, we got a little class at Rossini's!


Rossini's Pizzeria and Restaurant

418 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA


April 2007








Greek Salad ($6.75) Average- needed a bit more feta cheese or one with a little more taste. A good sized protion served in a large bowl. All ingredients were fresh and crisp.

Eggplant Parmesan Sub ($4.99 - medium) Average - Tom felt the bread was too soggy, the eggplant was too mushy, and the potato chips were mostly broken pieces. This same dish would look so much better with a nicer presentation such as the addition of a better chip like whole Ruffles, Terra chips or a chip like Cape Cod.



Plenty of parking

Dress is casual

Kids' menu available

Good selection of beers and wines


B to B- for food quality but a higher ranking for the total experience. We liked it here!

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