A tour of Bucks County
Last Updated on January 10, 2020 by Christopher G Mendla
Sept 2019 – We visited for a delicious Italian Dinner. The food and service were excellent. Osteria Saporino is in our neighborhood but we overlooked it for a while.
They are ‘BYOB’ so we stopped at the state store before heading over. We didn’t have reservations but they seated us promptly in spite of a fairly busy evening. There is outdoor seating available but it was a rainy day and the seating is a bit too close to the parking lot for our tastes.
Our server, Brian, was friendly and efficient. We started off with their Truffle Burrata, a combination of mozzarella, prosciutto, tomatoes and greens. That was a special that isn’t on their regular menu ($14). The plate had a lot more than the picture. We started before remembering to take a photo.
My girlfriend ordered the Chicken Rollatini which is roasted and stuffed chicken breast, prosciutto, spinach and Fontina cheese, in a creamy mushroom sauce. ($20)
I ordered the seafood scampi which was a combination of shrimp and scallops in a scampi sauce with grilled asparagus ($24)
For desert, we split a creme brulee which they list as a Dolce Italiano. ($7). I ordered a cappuccino. That is almost mandatory for me in a good Italian restaurant. ($3.75)
The owner was actively engaged with the guests. The decor tends to make for a noisier environment but not overly so. This is on our list of restaurants to revisit, perhaps with friends.
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There is ample parking in the surrounding parking lot. The restaurant is on street level.
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