Il Bosco Italian Kitchen
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Host your next special event or private party at our restaurant, bar, and outdoor patio. Enjoy an impeccable dining experience and service, with beautiful views of the Bosque and Sandia Mountains. In addition, rent our signature Harmony room, with two fireplaces, and a unique outdoor space with another fireplace and our expansive views.
Wed–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Wed–Sun 11:00 am–3:30 pm
Wed–Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
This is potentially a neighborhood gem. It has a very small menu. Excellent service. Decent pasta. Little heavy on the Pandora Italian music channel. Way too quiet on a Friday night. Needs customers.
Only 2 months in business, so can forgive a little: tiny portion of frisee salad to start, a stingy pour of wine (who in the restaurant industry decided that measuring 4 ounces of wine is a good idea??) "homemade pasta" tough, not al dente, tasteless. Lots of clams tho. Tasty broth. But asking for some bread to soak up broth, we were given 4 small slices of "homemade" whole wheat bread, and charged $3 for it on our $120 tab. Clearly this startup is desperate for money.
Perhaps to pay for their cool decor. Wish them well, tho' can't recommend Il Bosco and won't go back--not worth the $ spent.
Pasta was just a little subpar. I would give the food a B-
A very nice new high-end restaurant. Just a few minor suggestions. The salmon entree was very good, but for me, could have been cooked a little more. It was medium or medium-rare. The Misto salad could have had a bit more cheese and/or a couple of other things, maybe croutons or tomatoes. Really enjoyed the flourless chocolate cake. I would also suggest adding a chicken entree, as the menu is a bit brief. I’m looking forward to going back after they have fine tuned the menu a little.
Absolutely off the charts! My new fave!
This restaurant is new, and a bit difficult to find, as it is lacking visible signage from the road. Once you find it, it is really worth the trip. The small space is enchanting, and the menu is inventive, and sourced with local ingredients. The service was very friendly and welcoming. Out one disappointment was that they were out of one of the entrees we wanted to try. We enjoyed a delicious and moderately priced bottle of wine and a fine meal.
Amazing ambiance, excellent service and the best food I have had the pleasure of tasting in New Mexico in 20 years. The braised pork belly and greens was fabulous ❤️I definitely recommend for lunch or dinner.
I’m so happy someone finally opened a restaurant like this in cottonwood:) Food and service was outstanding. Best salmon I’ve had since moving to Albuquerque over a year ago. I will definitely be back!!