After a long drought, we finally made it back to Trattoria Toscana. I'm happy to say the quality and service hasn't missed a beat since our last visit. Zamir is still doing a stellar job running the tiny kitchen and our servers were equally good.
We started with a wonderful creamy chick pea soup and a combination crostini plate which included their flavorful chicken liver pate, spinach and sausage and mushroom toppings.
Grabbed a nice bottle of Barbera d'Alba for $35 (wine prices have definitely gone up since last year).
Entrees consisted of Rigatoni Norcina and eggplant parm.
Dessert was tiramisu and really good cappucino.
We got there early (around 5:20) to beat the Saturday crowd. By the time we left...around 7:10, there was already a line for a table.
In all the nonsense with some restaurants in/around Boston, it's comforting to know that TT continues to produce wonderful Tuscan cuisine with no stress and attitude.
If only we lived closer to Jersey St, we'd be eating there 3-4 times a week.
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