Had lunch with two great friends here, one of which a regular, so she knew the menu.
The thing about Pocco Piatti is that the menu focuses on Mediterranean, so there is something for everyone. It's all small plates, but the portions are generous.
We started our adventure with Saganaki and some of the finest bread I've ever eaten. Fresh, hot, right from the oven and so delicious.
The first plate was a beautiful Artichoke Salad; artichoke hearts, hearts of palm (so tender), radish and asparagus. The dressing is a zesty, mouth-filling wonder... I kept some of the sauce for the other dishes. A delight.
Next arrived the Poco Tips, which is beef sauteed in lemon and garlic, served with hummus. Let me pause for a moment to rave about the hummus (ok, hommous, if you read the menu). I was BLOWN AWAY. I have searched long and hard for the best hummus and this was HANDS DOWN the best I've had. Zesty, a bit tart, creamy and absolutely FANTASTIC. I even got some to go...
Add to the table Markouk Chicken Wraps, Grape Leaves, and Lubia Bi Zeit (sauteed green beans with garlic and onion in a tomato sauce).
It was a delicious meal with a wide array of tastes. Highly recommend that you come with friends and sample the many options available. A bit spendy at nearly $20 per person, but worth every penny.
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