We went here after hearing about it from friends who tend to seek out good restaurants. They were right about this one. Tucked away in Oliver square, if you walked passed it you would probably assume its just another average-quality bistro. Wrong! The chef is Italian heritage and trained at the Nait cooking school, and can create some pretty amazing creations.
The meal: we started with some nicely prepared cocktails. Shared a lobster ravioli with buttery cream sauce starter, then had halibut as a main, while my wife had Italian meatballs- big ones, very tasty! And on a bed of arugula, not pasta. My fish was very nice, tender and a tasty sauce.
Overall the main advantage of Cibo is the food. The service was also attentive and friendly. Decore is average. Not the same buzz nd hype as corso32, but food is nearly as good. We will be back
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