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Posted by Gramercy Gal on 08/01/2012
Passed by so many times, finally went last night. Wonderful find. tiny spot, huge flavor and lots of fun. Feels like you are in the owner's home kitchen. cozy and lively.
Posted by Juan De Fuca on 07/01/2011
I want this place for me. Don't eat dinner here. It's my favorite.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/13/2011
I had the carbonara which was a very, very generous helping - I couldn't finish it and I have a healthier appetite than most. At $16.50 it's a great deal. Carbonara is a favorite of mine and I've had many in the city. This ranks pretty high up given the value and quality. There are hearty chunks of pancetta in there, along with equally copious squares of prosciutto. I'd almost argue that this is a meat dish, given the quantity of meat that almost overwhelms the perfectly cooked freshed pasta. The dish is given a touch of pinache with the raw egg being poached by the deliciosity on which it rests upon. Tres clever ;)
Posted by Anonymous on 09/28/2010
We found this place by accident and boy am I happy. While the seating capacity is only about 10 people, we never felt rushed out the door and had such a lovely evening. The Steak Frite was very good and there was no skimping on the portions. Make sure you choose one of their reasonably priced bottles of wine because the petite glasses will make you feel ripped off if you buy wine by the glass. But we knew that going in and had a really lovely bottle. The service was great. It felt like we were being greeted as old friends even though this was our first time there. We will go back again for sure.
Posted by bbabbo on 09/27/2010
Came here on a lark and LOVED it. Friendly staff, delicious food, reasonably priced bottle of wine (and the waiter let us taste all 4 of the possible wines we were considering). I agree with suggestion elsewhere on the internet that their bottles are priced much more reasonably than their tiny glasses of wine. Steak frites, foie gras and chocolate mousse -- all highly recommended. Another guy nearby loved his veal shank. And the mussels down the bar smelled heavenly. Go!
Posted by local10002 on 01/07/2010
i have been visiting zucco's since they opened....it is by far my favorite restaurant on the les. sure, it's small and sometimes a bit cramped...but the food and charm make up for it. the goat cheese salad and the hangar steak are my 2 favorite things, but i have never had anything disappointing there. keep up the good work, zucco!
Posted by Gents Gent on 09/06/2009
Yes, Zucco's only seats about 10-12 people max, but what it lacks in size it makes up in food quality & charisma.