We had each of the starters and desserts and the two non-meat pastas. Very well thought out and executed; interesting and tasty. A little gem, with emphasis on both little and gem. Helps if you are not a big eater, but it was so good that I qickly gave up my ideas of marauding after.
We have been there a number of times; Zucca is consistent. Sometimes they have menus which make things difficult: almost everything is meat and dairy, with the meat usually pork. Not so the current one.
Be prepared for refinement which some may find excessive; "boneless fillet" of fish, white asparagus, etc.
If we had to take to dinner the Queen we would take her to Zucca and believe that she would be amused. We two too.