Bravo, Bravo!We choose Bravo frequently for dining with friends. A major factor is the noise level: you can actually hear yourself speak, engage in a conversation, and taste what you're eating (without competition from another sensory channel!!)! The food is good with a range of taste experiences; the portions are the "right" size! The service is always above average. The walk through the Museum is always wonderful. One of our favorite dining places in in Boston, if not the favorite!5/15/2013 12:00:00 AMMuseum oasisAbove the noisy crowds of a weekend at the MFA, the Bravo was a quiet and elegant place for lunch.5/11/2013 12:00:00 AMFine Art Fine DiningBravo provides a quiet dining experience in the serenity of taupe colors with art that accents the walls and glass walls that look out to a dining terrace in good weather and contemporary art in the MFA. The food was beautifully prepared and presented on contemporary white plates with accents of color being the food. Sides of vegetables were perfectly cooked, colorful and tasty.
The service was wonderful and the wines to accompany the meal were terrific. One diner said the vodka tonics and martinis were fantastic. I think this is a hidden gem that gets overlooked as a fine dining option in the Fenway area where Museum parking is compensated for dinner. What could be better than to take the time to see some fabulous art and dine at the MFA.5/9/2013 12:00:00 AMLoved the salmon!!!! GreatLoved the salmon!!!! Great Sunday brunch...best restaurant I've been in all year.5/5/2013 12:00:00 AMImprovedDoes Bravo has a new chef? The food and presentation was outstanding on Friday evening. I've dined at Bravo many times since it opened and had never found it to be exceptional. The presentation was adequete and the portions on the small side previously.
Wonderful suprise and enjoyed by all of my guests. BRAVO!5/3/2013 12:00:00 AMWith most restaurants crowdingWith most restaurants crowding as many tables as possible into their space, dining at Bravo is a pleasure -- quiet, tables nicely spaced, very good service and food!5/3/2013 12:00:00 AMA special and intimate mealWe went to Bravo to celebrate a family member's birthday. It was a weekday evening. We asked for a table facing the courtyard and were granted our request. The location was perfect. More than that we were blessed with an exceptional server. dinner was well advised, prepared and presented. This all made for a quiet, intimate and enjoyable meal. Will definitely return!4/25/2013 12:00:00 AMOne of the finest museum restaurantOne of the finest museum restaurants, with excellent ambiance and cuisine, with a little jazz in the background.4/21/2013 12:00:00 AMWe enjoyed a very nice brunchWe enjoyed a very nice brunch after visiting the MFA. The crab cakes and salmon were excellent but my husband wished he had been warned that the pico de gallo was very spicy on the beef. Would have given all five stars except our waitor did not bring our wine until after we received our first course. Bravo is a calm quiet oasis in the midst of a busy museum. Oh, great jazz combo added to sophisticated atmosphere.4/13/2013 12:00:00 AMArtfully accommodatedMy friend and I had tickets for a 6:30 lecture at the Museum of Fine Arts, and a 5:30 reservation at Bravo. Because of traffic, we arrived nearly 15 minutes late for dinner. We told our server immediately about our timing, and asked for recommendations for entrees that could be prepared more quickly. The halibut was among his recommendations, so we each ordered that. Service was outstanding throughout our 45 minutes in the restaurant, and got us to our lecture in time. The halibut was very good, served with ramp risotto. We also ordered wine by the glass from a list that had several good options. Overall, as pleasant as a rushed dining experience can be. If only the lecture had been as good!4/10/2013 12:00:00 AMI love it here. ConsistentlyI love it here. Consistently excellant food and drinks choices with a very good service staff.3/16/2013 12:00:00 AM