Buca Di Beppo Review

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Mo Se Park
11/27/12
Ms. Siskoken
English 160
Buca Di Beppo

Buca Di Beppo on the corner of Rush and Grand is a must-go restaurant for Italian food cravers. Buca di Beppo is a collection of neighborhood restaurants with an authentic Italian menu for everyone to enjoy. Their magnificent Italian dishes are meant to be shared and served family-style, perfect for passing around the table. The first Buca di Beppo opened its doors in 1993 in the basement of a Minneapolis apartment building. Since then, Buca Inc expanded the chain of 92 establishments, which include 87 companies in the U.S. and 5 franchises in UK.
For me personally, I love Italian food because of how much Italian’s appreciate the dinner table. What I mean by “appreciating
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They gave a great portion for the price they offered it for. The fried calamari was very fresh when it was brought to our table. I loved how they made some crispy and some tender. The marinara sauce they brought along with the calamari was absolutely fabulous, they added a small spice into the sauce giving a little kick but I loved it.
When our entrees came out I was shocked. I didn’t believe how much they give you every time. Buca is very generous with their portions and does great job of making their famous pastas. The chicken Parmigianino was absolutely fabulous. The chicken had a nice texture to it especially when you cut it up. The chicken was just so tender and juicy and even crunchy due to the crunchy outside. The marinara sauce on top of it was different from what they gave with the calamari and it was amazing. You can tell the freshness of the tomatoes and the basil they use for their sauce. The pasta went really well with the chicken. On the other hand the chicken alfredo was not what I had anticipated. I love cheese, but the amount of cheese they had on this pasta was just overwhelming. The thickness of the sauce was just way too much for my taste buds. The chicken in the alfredo was just as tender and delicious as the Parmigianino, but the sauce of the alfredo really disappointed me. The first few bites were incredible but it got very difficult to eat because it wasn’t as creamy as I wanted it to be. The cheese got cold really

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