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What's good at Scampo?


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What's good at Scampo?

TrishUntrapped | | Jan 27, 2012 06:09 AM

I really wanted to go to Scampo three years ago, but my party of four (for my daughter's birthday) grew to a party of 16 and Scampo could not accommodate us that night.

That said, this visit is long overdue. I have a reservation once again and it includes my daughter and her boyfriend.

I love the menu. So many good-sounding things on it. (I'm allergic to seafood, the rest just don't care for it.)

So what do you think about these dishes which caught my eye for our group, and what do you recommend?

Handmade Breads - Elephant Ear Walking, Naan, actually all the breads sound wonderful.

Pizza - Classic tomato, Melting Stracchino, Crushed Potato & Crumbled Hot Sausage , and Lamb.

Starters: Intrigued by Hungarian Mangalica Prosciutto with warm farmer's cheese strudel, apple butter & pumpkin seed brittle.

Mozzarella Bar: All except for the King Crab.

Spaghetti - All except seafood ones.

Entrees: We're going on a Friday and the special according to menupages is Roast Suckling Pig! Sounds wonderful.

Duck Breast, Pork Chop, Brick Chicken, Steaks...

Sides - again love the sound of all of them, Soft Polenta, Roast Potatoes, Broccoli Surprise and Cheesy and Green Beans Tempura.

With so many options for non-seafood eaters on the menu, this is why I've wanted to try Scampo.

Thanks for your help and feedback.

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