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Scusa Ski Run

Scusa On Ski Run

Categories
Italian Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Mediterranean, Take Out, Italian, European, Seafood, Continental

Price Range : Average

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peteruiz

05/25/2007

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Good food, good price

Not knowing a good, reasonably priced, Italian place in South Lake Tahoe I asked two people at my hotel; the concierge and the bartender. It came down to two places; Scusa and Teps. It was a toss up. Concierge was adamant that Teps was better and bartender was just as adamant that Scusa was. I went with Scusa and was very pleased. The veal saltimboca and salmon scallopini were excellent as were the lobster ravioli and roasted garlic appetizers. My wife and I also shared a $6 salad as well and it was huge and very good; probably too big for one person along with a n entree. I can't compare to Teps because I have not been there yet. But Scusa was a great value at a great price. The staff was superb and attentive almost to a fault. I felt like I was at a high end restaurant but with reasonable prices (~$20 per entree). It's also in a quiet neighborhood but only .5 mile off the main strip. Highly recommended.

smittoid

12/12/2005

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Great traditional Italian in South Lake Tahoe

My buddy and I had a hearty, down-home Italian meal at Scusa. I am originally from New Jersey, and am pretty fickle about my Italian food. This was a great meal - reminded me of back home in Hoboken.

Try their ""Scusa"" bread with cheese, garlic, and tomato for a start.

I had a pasta with bolognese, and my buddy had a straighforward chicken Parmesan. Both were prepared well and delicious.

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