Four of us traveled to FairPlay to have lunch at Boccanatos. We recalled the excellent meal we had there a couple of years ago and wanted to visit again. The concept has changed in that there are no menus. This can be a little difficult to get your mind around. If go with it and either make a request or just let the chef "feed you", you will have a meal to remember. We had two appetizers and two pastas for four people with three glasses of wine and our bill was $50 a couple. The food was superb! We had fried green tomatoes with marinara sauce and grapes and a peach and mushroom appetizer that sounds odd; but was the perfect melding of ingredients. Our pastas were an amazing ricotta lasagna and a plate of three small pastas with different sauces. All the pasta was handmade and light as a feather. the ingredients were of the highest quality which I recognize from years of farmer market shopping. Chef Giovanni may have a concept that is unusual in America; but I have always found that high quality ingredients that are well prepared never disappoint. We are planning to go back on a Monday night for the winemaker dinners. I think our waitress could have done a better job of explaining the concept when we arrived. we were definitely confused until the chef came out and made some suggestions. Bottom line-the food is fantastic and as good as any meal I have ever enjoyed in Italy which is the highest compliment I can pay.
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