At long last, I got a table for 4 at Barbuzzo.
So what if it was a 6:30 pm time slot on a Tuesday night?
So what if I had to book it one month in advance?
This food was worth the wait. Dinner at Barbuzzo defiantly ranks up there with one of the best meals I have ever eaten and here's why:
shaved asparagus, barbuzzo pancetta, secret white sauce, fior de latte, truffle and farm egg
roasted beet salad:
with goat cheese, orange sections, pistachio pesto, Tuscan kale
chicken liver and foie gros mousse:
with brandied cherry, pistachio salt and radish sprouts with crustini and carrot & beet slaw
refreshing lemonade and basil cocktail
pan seared gnocchi:
with smoked corn, trumpet mushrooms, baby tomatoes, crispy prosciutto, and grana
Slow roasted pork ragu:
with wood roasted mushrooms and artichoke farro, Sicilian tomato-almond pesto and salmoroiglio
(I think we devoured them before I could focus in on the shot....)
caciocavallo stuffed meatballs:
with house ground short ribs, pork, oregano and calabrian chile
warm Lancaster stone fruit bread pudding:
salted caramel bundino:
with dark chocolate crust, vanilla bean caramel and sea salt
(It wouldn't be complete without a tall glass of 2% milk)