At the center of every Bertucci’s lives our brick oven. For over 30 years, since our first kitchen opened in the Davis Square neighborhood of Somerville, MA in 1981, we’ve been perfecting the art of brick oven cooking. From the beginning, we’ve built a tradition of creating unique pizzas and pasta combinations. These recipes all share some very important things in common. They use only the freshest ingredients, and we take the time to make each by hand.
I could not give this staff a better review. I accidentally left my backpack at this location. They reached out to me on Facebook to inform me, and an employee stayed behind after closing hours to return my items to me. Truly incredible kindness.
We came here on Saturday night, just two people, right after the rush hour. We were seated quickly with bread but it took a very long for our server to take our order. Later, they served us our first dish and it was completely cold and soggy. When we complained they took it back, but it took a very long time for us to get the rest of our food and we ended up spending a good two hours there. With half the restaurant empty, we were very confused to why everything took so long and the food wasn't that flavourful. We've eaten here a couple times before and had a good experience, but it seemed that no one wanted to serve us that night. We won't be back again.
Ordered the Rigatoni and Broccoli and chicken, Spaghetti and meatballs and a cheese pizza. Worst food I’ve ever had there. The rigatoni sauce was like water, the chicken was hard like it was old leftover chicken. No flavor. The spaghetti was dry. No sauce, no cheese nothing! I asked for rolls. Not a single one. The pizza.... burnt! Never ordering from there again!
Food is nice but the atmosphere is lacking.
Their pizza is not the best but is acceptable compared to what you can find around. They're not consistent in baking the pizza: It's often undercooked.