We returned to Becco for a special lunch. The food and service were both very good, but sadly the restaurant itself, which was three shop fronts in the past, is looking tired and is in need of a refresh.
We shared an antipasto that was interesting and flavoursome but it looked a little sparse on the plate. We both chose the lamb back strap served on chopped brussel sprouts and bagna cauda (sauce). The meat was cooked perfectly - almost melted in the mouth.
One very smart thing that Becco does is offer wine by the carafe (decanter) as well as by the glass or bottle. The wine prices are not horrendous, we enjoyed 500ml of Leconfield shiraz for $38. The food prices are wide ranging, entrees are in the low twenties, pastas range from the low twenty dollar range to mid-thirties, mains are all on the forty dollar mark.
I can understand why this restaurant could become a favourite for some people, and it is certainly worth trying to find out for yourself.
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