Can anyone tell me anyting about Il Buco on Bond St.? Whenever I pass by it, I'm always tempted to go, but I would appreciate a little feedback. Any specific reccomendations on what to order? I know the menu changes, but a general idea would be really helpful. Thanks a lot!
At Il Buco I think you are paying for great ambiance.
It is a charming restaurant but with only decent food. The ingredients may be very fresh and from a local farmer, but I always felt I could have bought a much more interesting and sofisticated meal for the amount they charge. Perhaps I am not getting the Buco, but it seems like a rip off to me.
I like to go to Il Buco's for lunch. There's no line and the waitstaff is exceedingly friendly. I always have the same thing, the porchetta panino with a bottle of mineral water. The panino is fantastic (if you like pork, you'll be in heaven).
The only negative is all the construction currently going on all around it. I like to eat outside so the construction ruins the ambiance for me.