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June 1, 2013 / Food Follower

Dinner at Bocca: Explosive Italian

I dined at Bocca for the first time this evening, and it was definitely a pleasant surprise. Though a little pricey for Italian food (and the portions aren’t large), the food was very good. To start with, I split a mushroom and feta crostini which was superb. The crostini was small pieces of toasted bread with sauteed mushrooms, rosemary, and melted feta cheese. I am definitely going to try making this at home. For my main course, I ordered a very tasty lasagna primavera. I literally wanted to explode after finishing it. After all, it was very rich. I also ate the entire lasagna in 5 minutes, no joke! And no, I am not bragging about my very fast pace. But back to my point – if you are looking for a moderately upscale Italian restaurant in NYC, Bocca is a great option.

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I also had a bite of the pappardelle al ragu. It’s not hard to satisfy me with pappardelle and meat.

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  1. Elaine Tyrrell / Jun 3 2013 9:50 am

    Reblogged this on etnicole.

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