Bravo Italian Kitchen

Bravo Italian Kitchen

Description We wholeheartedly believe that you shouldn’t have to go all the way to Italy to experience Italian cuisine. You just need to make it to BRAVO Cucina Italiana Italian restaurant in West Chester, Ohio. Experience world class customer service and a warm, inviting atmosphere. Treat yourself and your family to piping hot pizza, fresh seafood, and wines that add the finishing touches. Whether you’re celebrating something special or simply celebrating life, we know you will enjoy the best Italian restaurant in Ohio. Join us at BRAVO Cucina Italian, the best Italian restaurant near you!
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

We wholeheartedly believe that you shouldn’t have to go all the way to Italy to experience Italian cuisine. You just need to make it to BRAVO Cucina Italiana Italian restaurant in West Chester, Ohio. Experience world class customer service and a warm, inviting atmosphere. Treat yourself and your family to piping hot pizza, fresh seafood, and wines that add the finishing touches. Whether you’re celebrating something special or simply celebrating life, we know you will enjoy the best Italian restaurant in Ohio. Join us at BRAVO Cucina Italian, the best Italian restaurant near you!
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

From the owner: BRAVO! is a fun, white-tablecloth casual eatery offering great Italian food under a Roman ruin decor.The concept is positioned between the fine-dining and casual chains, with a menu emphasis on food that is fresh, made-to-order and made using authent … show more BRAVO! is a fun, white-tablecloth casual eatery offering great Italian food under a Roman ruin decor.The concept is positioned between the fine-dining and casual chains, with a menu emphasis on food that is fresh, made-to-order and made using authentic Italian cooking methods.
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

BRAVO! is a fun, white-tablecloth casual eatery offering great Italian food under a Roman ruin decor.The concept is positioned between the fine-dining and casual chains, with a menu emphasis on food that is fresh, made-to-order and made using authent … show more BRAVO! is a fun, white-tablecloth casual eatery offering great Italian food under a Roman ruin decor.The concept is positioned between the fine-dining and casual chains, with a menu emphasis on food that is fresh, made-to-order and made using authentic Italian cooking methods.
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

I really like this place a lot! When some of my friends from Jersey visited one time, I took them here and since then, one of them can't stop talking about it! I think he'd visit Pittsburgh again just to eat here again. My favorites are the shrimp fra diavolo and the pasta bravo chicken. They're both so good! Sometimes the shrimp fra diavolo is a little different. Sometimes it's SUPER spicy, sometimes it's just right, sometimes it's not spicy at all and is a bit spicy. I wish it stayed more consistent, but regardless, it's still really good. The pasta bravo is always good. It was the first thing I tried and still one of my favorites. They also have really good pizza. Their margherita pizza is really good. Of course, my favorite appetizer, the calamari – so delicious. I've always been happy with it. Comes with two delicious dipping sauces and it's perfect size to share with a friend. I also love how they have white paper over their tables so you can always draw/write while your'e waiting for your food. (: The wait staff is always really friendly and one time during the summer, I got re-fills! That made that experience so much better. The interior always looks nice. It has an ancient Italy feel and in the back, you can see the cooks and brick ovens. Some restaurants feature outdoor seating which is real nice when it's warm outside. You could definitely come here for a casual meal with friends and family or come for a romantic date.
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

I really like this place a lot! When some of my friends from Jersey visited one time, I took them here and since then, one of them can't stop talking about it! I think he'd visit Pittsburgh again just to eat here again.My favorites are the shrimp fra diavolo and the pasta bravo chicken. They're both so good! Sometimes the shrimp fra diavolo is a little different. Sometimes it's SUPER spicy, sometimes it's just right, sometimes it's not spicy at all and is a bit spicy. I wish it stayed more consistent, but regardless, it's still really good. The pasta bravo is always good. It was the first thing I tried and still one of my favorites. They also have really good pizza. Their margherita pizza is really good. Of course, my favorite appetizer, the calamari – so delicious. I've always been happy with it. Comes with two delicious dipping sauces and it's perfect size to share with a friend.I also love how they have white paper over their tables so you can always draw/write while your'e waiting for your food. (:The wait staff is always really friendly and one time during the summer, I got re-fills! That made that experience so much better. The interior always looks nice. It has an ancient Italy feel and in the back, you can see the cooks and brick ovens. Some restaurants feature outdoor seating which is real nice when it's warm outside. You could definitely come here for a casual meal with friends and family or come for a romantic date.
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

BRAVO! is a fun, white-tablecloth casual eatery offering great Italian food under a Roman ruin decor.The concept is positioned between the fine-dining and casual chains, with a menu emphasis on food that is fresh, made-to-order and made using authentic Italian cooking methods.
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Bravo Italian Kitchen

Other Italian Nearby Ad Scooch’s Pizza and Beer 7 reviews Maria M. said “I absolutely LOVE the pizza here. Its the best I have had in years. I recently moved back into this part of town and have tried a few of the local pizza joints and this place blows them way. I have also…” read more in Pizza, Fast Food, Italian Ad Giovanni’s Pizza & Pasta 123 reviews Amy S. said “I just read a bunch of bad reviews but I also read a bunch of good ones. Well, that makes sense I guess because this sauce is a lot different than what most people are used to. So I wanted to add a really…” read more in Salad, Pizza, Italian
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I've been to this restaurant many, many times on business and family outings. The food has always been pretty good as was our meal last night. The only reasons I don't rate our experience higher are 2 recurring issues we've encountered on more than one occasion and again last night – Dirty dishes & silverware. Not spotty, still have food on them. Major buzzkill when we have to examine our plates, forks, etc. Not the first time this has happened. Unacceptable in a restaurant of this reputation and cost. Also they have an real ongoing issue with wait staff that disappear for 20 minute periods leaving us with long periods of empty drinks, etc. Wait staff always appear very rushed and not able to take care of our table. We don't sit for 3hrs and drink wine with friends, I just want to feed my family and go home. Really affects the enjoyment of a nice family dinner. Busy Saturday but not overly crowded. My guess is they are overtasking wait staff with kitchen duties. I always give the wait staff the benefit of the doubt. Love Bravo but they have to address the overall dinner experience at this price point.
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Food (7.5/10) = Came here with family and ordered the following dishes: 1) “Calamari Fritti” appetizer = Not great, but not terrible. It is mostly batter, so after the 4th or 5th bite, I got tired of it. Each piece contains about 20-25% of calamari meat and the rest of the 75-80% is batter. Served with marinara sauce and horseradish. 2) “Spaghetti & Meatballs En Sugo” = this dish was listed under one of their specialties. Again, this dish wasn't terrible, but nothing outstanding. You get 3 meatballs which are made with pork and beef. The meatballs were ok. The spaghetti and the tomato sauce just ok as well. 3) “Meatball & Pepperoni Manicotti” = another dish listed under their specialties. Flavor was good, but this dish is heavy. It's topped with a red pepper cream sauce. You get 3 of these. Did not taste much meatball or pepperoni. Could not find any meatball or pepperoni after dissecting one of the manicottis. 4) Grilled tilapia and vegetables = the healthiest dish I got to sample, lol. But even then, you can taste an element on butter everything. Fish was ok. Vegetables ok. Overall, this dish was just ok like all the other ones I sampled above. Ambiance (8.0/10) = a fairly relaxing environment. Well decorated. Spacious. There is a pizza oven immediately to your right as you walk into the restaurant. In the far back, you can view the line cooks in the kitchen preparing your food. Service (7.5/10) = standard Overall opinion = This place was just ok. Came here because I didn't want to take family to a chain restaurant (chain restaurants dominate this commercialized area). Unfortunately, I didn't know this was a chain restaurant until after the visit. This would explain why the quality of the food served at Bravo reminded me of Olive Garden. Large quantities of meh flavored, heavy rich food.