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Posted by LottieS on 03/21/2013
Real foodies and wealthy people from Italy craving a taste of home all come here, for a reason. The food is perfect. The pasta is homemade and fresh. The truffles are real, not just truffle oil. Difficult recipes are a breeze for the chef. It is not cheap but why should it be? It is a special treat and should be viewed as such.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2012
food was o k, priced much too high
Posted by anonymous on 12/13/2010
Bricco is by far the best Italian restaurant in Boston . Those who say it's mediocre obviously haven't been to Italy or perhaps are confusing it with a Spaghetti & meatball joint. Believe me I have spent years traveling throughout Italy spending time with friends and family and enjoying one of the true pleasures in life FOOD !!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/28/2008
This place has mediocre food, is rude and pretentious. Enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2008
Food was dissapointingly so-so. Prices were extremely expensive for what you get, although the service was good and the atmosphere very nice. At the end of the day this is a restaurant for people who want to show off, and I think theres much better, much more authentic food to be found elsewhere in the north end.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/23/2008
This place is great. Firstly its pricy, but that is a good thing, its keeps a great atmosphere and has amzaing food and service. Your not going to come here and deal with a bunch of amateur diners, this is professional eaters only. The food and service are spectacular, maybe even perfect. The atmopshere is cozy, and with the price drives away the amateurs. This place is just perfect, go if you can afford it please.