Zucca pitches itself as premier Mediterranean restaurant, but offers a concoction of Mediterranean, Italian and Asian dishes fused together.
The interior is quite nice, with endless wine selection, dimly lit tables and waiters quietly moving around with wine glasses and huge plates.
The prices are reasonable, but you can't help but think the restaurant is a bit overpriced - the prices would be pretty good if the food at this level was outstanding, but the food quality is just ok. The dishes we ordered were heavily soaked in oil and vinegar, even though the skewered scallops do not exactly require that.
The dessert menu featured a few items typical of any restaurant http://www.zuccaristorante.com/dessert.html and, once again, nothing stood out.
Zucca's is a good place for occasional dinner, but in my case I am not overly impressed with it.