Terra Antica is a very cosy Italian restaurant and steakhouse. You’ll find it on West Blackhall Street in Greenock where, under ambient light and amongst plenty of exposed brick, you can indulge in some of the finest meat and seafood in town. For something a little out of the ordinary we’d recommend the coniglio al forno consisting of slow cooked rabbit and potato in a tomato sauce with sweet, white onions. This being an Italian restaurant, of course you can also expect an indulgent selection of rustic pizzas and pasta. Terra Antica, Greenock is a very popular spot so we’d definitely recommend a reservation in advance.
The service was welcoming, friendly and polite; discretely attentive. The restaurant was clean and well laid out. The food was very good, and was value for money. Nice touch - the complimentary limoncello!
Lovely place. Very friendly staff. Great service. Varied menu and good price structure. Only downside was not much atmosphere as it was extremely quiet and it is a big restaurant. Such a shame and just hope things pick up for the owners in the future.
Service on the slow side but overall fine, quality of food okay - but overall the place requires the décor to look or give the feeling of an Italian / rest. An enjoyable evening staff first c
The restraunt is clean and spacious, our table was ready despite having only reserved it 15 mins before online. The service was very good but not intrusive, time being left to let us review the menu and ,are our choice. The food when it arrived was piping hot and the quality was excellent, I had the rib eye steak which I thoroughly enjoyed. We were also given complimentary garlic bread. The whole meal was excellent value for money. Will be going back. This was my second visit although the first for the rest of my table, who have also said they will be back. Friendly and courteous staff.
Very friendly and attentive staff, food was excellent the restaurant had a quiet atmosphere for a Sunday afternoon but was picking up when we were leaving. We had a round of drinks and a 3 course meal from the AlaCart menu with a nice bottle of red wine, the bill was a reasonable £81 for 3 people looking forward to going back soon.Thank you to Andros for being our waiter.
First time visiting this restuarant.Based on reviews, booked a table for a family group of 4,No pretentious food snobs amongst us,we were just looking forward, at last, to a decent Italian meal in Greenock, instead of having to head out of the town to do so. Service was good.However,food did not match this.My rabbit dish was dry and overcooked,it was served with roast potatoes and salad,which did not marry up with the meat.My wife"s cod dish was awash with sauce,I'm sure the fish could have swam in it, if it hadn't tasted so tired,again,no seasonal veg. but a soggy salad with mashed and roast potatoes. ..lazy presentation. Son's pizza was flabby and tasteless. 2 of us had tiramisu, which was obviously catering quality,both were soggy and really tasteless Bill for 4,with drinks, came to £150,which,if the food had been up to scratch would have been fine,but the cooking and presentation wasn't. ...so,will not be rushing back anytime soon.Shame.
The staff were amazing. The starters were nice if under seasoned. My only real problem was the pizza was soooooo disappointing. The base of it was great but the tomato sauce was tasteless and there was far far too much cheese on it. I will be back, just not for pizza unfortunately.