Bozzini's has been serving fine Greek and Mediterranean cuisine since 1982.
I came here late afternoon today with two friends of mine. When we entered it was like we had been back to the 80's (but every thing was updated) we were seated immediately. the waitress was VERY pleasant and chatted with us....after awhile, she took our orders.
I originally wanted to get a cheeseburger (Surprise surprise) but decided instead to get a lasange with extra cheese and a cesar salad. one of my friends got a indian curry dish, and the other one got a cheeseburger with fries. We didn't wait too long for our food.
I must say that it was impressive, the lasange was large for the price (and tasted good) my friends burger was home made as well as the fries (never tried any , but I know it was delicious just by looking at it) and I don't like curry dishes, but the other guy reported that it was good. the food was very good and the price was low, so we were happy. The waitress came again, cleared our table and again had a pleasant conversation with her. She was the best waitress I have ever had anywhere I have eaten. I know that a waitress must make some small talk with customers; but she actually seemed interested; and we could tell that she wasn't just being nice because it was her job......certainly made us feel very welcomed.
We definitely will be back.....
This restaurant used to be a favourite of mine when I worked in Surrey. They make a fabulous lasagna topped with bubbling mozzarella and I was never disappointed by the service or the food.
It's not in the best area of Surrey, but worth the trek over to 104th if you're looking for tasty Italian food easy on the wallet in a family-style restaurant setting.
Imagine going for dinner at your stingiest relatives, and to boot they cannot cook. Yet you have to sit through the meal grimacing and looking as if you like what they made. Meanwhile you would be happier puking rather than eating.
Every Wednesday's they hold a lunch buffet here for $11.
The place was packed with people lacking taste-bud's.
The food was horrible.
The salad was iceburg lettuce with a few paltry shreds of greener romaine floating through it.
No soup, no bread was offered.
The buffet has a serious lack of sides, no bread, no veggie side dish, even no potato. The ONLY side dish was plain white rice.
The sole appetizer was the deepfried pork ribs. This too was breaded and I ate it thinking it was chicken wings, as the ribs were portioned like chicken wings. Just the rib-shaped bone alterted me to the fact it wasn't chicken.
The main dishes all had tomato. And included caccitore chicken consisting of deep-fried breaded chicken in a greasy sauce. Butter chicken, I didn't try this, it didn't look appetizing. Lasgana consisting of the aforementioned bubbling cheese, but it lacked anything else, it just had gluey overcooked noodles, and an insipid cheap ground meat tomato sauce, NO ricotta, or any veggies. It lacked flavour.
There was pizza, the veggie was edible but the greasy cheese congealed on top, I doubt it was real mozzeralla, it seemed like the fake cheap stuff and they were stingy with the toppings. They had one other kind of pizza but the toppings were hard to identify on that, it was left untouched except for one piece someone brave had tried.
The dessert was chocolate pudding likely from a mix topped with Cool-Whip.
And for this greasy, fatty meal they charged $11.
This was the worst buffet I've ever been to. The meal wasn't balanced. All of the dishes had tomato including the pizza. They couldn't cook apart from frying and salting and putting cheese on things. The food wasn't tasty.
I'm not sure how people flock to this buffet when it offers few poor-quality dishes.
Anybody that is in charge of bringing in food for meetings or clients knows how hard it is to find decent food, delivered at lunch, without breaking the bank. Over the years I have tried catering companies but have a really hard time paying $18-20 a head for a soup and sandwich. Then I started trying some of the chain's like Boston Pizza. Better but still pricey. Then we discovered Bozzini's. They have become one of my go-to places. They have 3 parties to go on the menu that can not be beat. We have tried all three and have received rave reviews from our guests.
1) Lasagna or Spaghetti (meat or veggie) plus Caesar Salad for 6-8 $39.95.
Comments- While the regular lasagna was great, the veggie lasagna was stuffed full of veggies and got big marks for flavor.
2) Greek lunch/dinner - Chicken or Beef souvlaki, Greek salad, rice, roasted potatoes, pita and tzatzki - feeds 10 for only $80!
Comments- SO MUCH FOOD! And very very tasty.
One customer that visits every month or so requests this every time they come to town.
3) Butter Chicken (yes butter chicken!) including rice, naan and salad- feeds 8-10 for only $59.95.
Comments- Who knew Indian from an Italian place could be so good?
A hit with everyone and very generous portions.
Try Bozzini's - you will not be disappointed at the food or the prices.
We were looking forward to a night of jazz and good Italian food, followed by a walk on the beautiful Kits beach. Unfortunately, we were disappointed. The ambiance is casual outside but better inside of the restaurant. They had had a number of ragtag musicians playing jazz, at times they were in tume...at others not so much. There was a delay in the intial service, however, that improved marginally after the first 1/2 hour when we became one the servers few patrons. At one point we had to attempt to flag her down to order our meal. The server was pleasant overall and attempted to accommodate us. The food was marginal at best. I had tortelini alla panna and, quite frankly, I could get better quality from a grocery store. The pasta was undercooked and lacked flavour. The garlic toast had a unusual margarine-like flavour and we sent it back. The beverages offered were limited and we went through four requests before one could be found.