One of two Phoenix locations, Bobby's emphasizes a stylish and comtemporary design to contrast with this little Italian eatery, which includes an ... More
Bobby's (A Mancuso's Restaurant)
One of two Phoenix locations, Bobby's emphasizes a stylish and comtemporary design to contrast with this little Italian eatery, which includes an emphasis on signature Italian meals. Veal as Veal Piccatta, Seafood as Canneloni, and other specialties such as Grilled Portobello give it's menu a classic taste. All items are prepared using the Mancuso family's own Northern Italian recipes. Entrees are $15-$20. For futher information, check out their website.
We all liked the eclectic ambiance, but were put off by the incidental charges that jacked up our bill. Our waiter automatically brought soda refills without our asking, and then charged us for the refills. We had asked how much the evening special cost and he said that he would go check, but he never told us when he came back. After receiving the bill we found that the special was $38. It was not very much food, and although was fairly tasty, I have had much better in lesser restaurants. Salads and sides were ala carte in addition to the overly pricey entrees. Desserts were only fair for the $8 average price.
There are much better restaurants throughout Scottsdale that we would rather indulge...
The ambiance was nice. The food was okay but over priced. We thought our waiter was trying to increase the bill. The way he took our order he made it sound like the salad was included in the dinner until I asked. When someone ordered a cappacino he asked "with everything". She said yes, not thinking he meant with 3 different alcohols. Check your bill.
We are ALWAYS WILLING TO TRY SOMETHING NEW...The BAR AREA is BEUATIFUL! lIVE MUSIC...COULD HEAR BUT NOT SEE, NOT UPSTAIRS OR DOWNSTAIRS. Very professionally but not good food.....One of those looks trumps more than substance.
We came looking for the old Mancuso's . . . Bobby's was just as good with a great selection to choose from and a great atmosphere. The service was excellent and everyone liked their meals. The veal chop and canneloni were to die for. I had a salmon special that was excellent. We ate in the main dining room, but they also have a lounge were you can eat and enjoy jazz. It is not cheap, but worth it.
service was second to none as bad as you could get...quite possible that a better meal could be had at the local park and swap. Management also poor, lousy interpersonal skills all around from all staff. Wrong food brought to the table after very long wait, and cold at that. Don't waste your time, try somewhere else.
The food was overcooked, the service was not good. The table next to us was served their soup and they came in after us. My friend's salad came with the meal instead of before. The server's English was not very good. My salmon salad was very blah. My first experience was good, but not this time and I will not go back. I really loved Frankie's Cafe in the Borgata and this was no Frankie's.
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