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Posted by Mike D'Imp on 11/16/2004
After strolling "restaurant row" without any knowledge of the various restaurants there, we took a chance on Becco. What a great surprise. The pasta sampler was delicious. The extra touch of the seafood/veggie antipasto was a change from the ordinary. My wife had chicken breast that was also delicious. The reasonably priced wine (lots of selections for $25) was also very enjoyable. This place was a perfect ending to a day of New York shopping.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/01/2004
My Beau and I dined at Becco's on Halloween and we were anything but impressed. The bread was hard, the dip wasn't that great either.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/19/2004
We went on a Saturday night and the place was packed. It's a small restaurant so the six of us were fit snuggly into a table too small for us without any real clearance for the aisle. The food was good. Everyone enjoyed their meal, but the cramped quarters and the noise from all the talking around us made it difficult to enjoy the meal like we could have. But I'd go again for a table for two.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/15/2004
Dined here in late Sept. at recommendation of our hotel concierge - just a terrific meal for all 4 of us. Mine was the 3 pasta special and all were mouth-watering & unique. Not sure what some of these other reviewers are talking about - we'll definitely return again!
Posted by Anastasia Beaverhausen on 10/11/2004
I went here because I enjoy watching the cooking show "Lidia's Italian American Table", but the food was nothing like the dishes I've seen her make - the pasta was overcooked and cold. My friend had chicken which was pretty good but nothing special. Service was good, decor was a bit boring, but tasteful. I don't plan to eat here again because there are far too many Italian restaurants in NYC that are much better and probably cost less.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/24/2004
Another restaurant surviving off the tourist trade and a famous chef's name on the door. The regular menu is much pricier but at least the quality is better. I had the the steak over polenta and was pleased. Although I guess we shouldn't expect that much from any place that has all you can eat pasta. There's tons of better Italian restaurants that are worth your money.
Posted by nonetoo on 08/21/2004
I'm sure many people love this place because the food is very decent, but I don't think you're getting value (nothing special for the price). Also, our server was very rude and snobby. When I ordered two appetizers as my meal I was told that "this is a course restaurant. You must eat one as first course and then the other." Imagine being told how to eat your dinner? I wanted to eat them together but I politely let it slide. Didn't appreciate the attitude and will not go back. Not a great experience.