cinquecento is the latest addition to the Aquitaine Group which operates 7 other restaurants such as Aquitaine and gaslight.
Bruschetta Con Burrata e Speck (Grilled bread, burrata, smoked prosciutto & pignoli-currant marmellata)
Trippa Alla Parmigiana (Toasted garlic & tomato braised tripe & parmigiano reggiano)
Vitello Tonnato (Carpaccio of shaved veal with lemony tuna sauce & tiny croutons & frisee)
Linguine alla Vongole (Tender clams, vino bianco, toasted garlic & chili)
Vitello Milanese Con Gorgonzola E Rapini (Fried veal, gorgonzola cream)
Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese (Veal, pork, pancetta & parmigiano)
Trota con Cavolfiore Siciliana (Roasted trout, cauliflower, capers & grapes)
Gnocchi Al Sugo Di Coniglio (Braised rabbit, castelventrano olives, lemon & parmigiano reggiano)
Sogliola Al Cartoccio (Sole in parchment, potatoes, leeks & porcini)
Panna Cotta do Ciacolatto (Amarena cherries)
Zeppole (Whipped ricotta, orange & ginger syrup)
the food at Cinquecento was very solid as i expected. although we enjoyed everything we ordered especially the fish dishes, the service was a little underwhelming. they messed up our orders; one of my friends did not get his dish so he had to watch us to eat while waiting his entree to come. later, they messed up our desserts again; some other table’s desserts got delivered to our table. i hope it was jus an off night. i would still return again in the future.
500 Harrison Ave
(between Perry St & Randolph St)
Boston, MA 02118
Neighborhood: South End
La La: Ex-Accountant trying to be a Web Developer, Freelance Photographer, born in Beijing, raised in Boston, MA and now resides in Los Angeles California.
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