From the second floor terrace of this restaurant, there’s a nice view of St. Thomas. The tasty fare and the friendly staff make the restaurant a must for those who love Italian fare. Signature entrees include the pistachio-encrusted mahi-mahi as well as the osso buco, a slow simmered veal shank that was delicious. The shrimp entree and the pasta Bolognese proved great choices too.
For those in my family who are lactose intolerant, the chef graciously substituted a corn risotto made without milk for a saffron risotto with cheese and created a special sauteed spinach appetizer as well as sorbet desserts. Based on the chef’s accommodating attitude, we feel reassured that although Zozo’s does not have a printed children’s menu, the restaurant will be happy to cook a children’s pasta to your child’s specifications (priced around $13). Young kids may also be content with a smaller-sized appetizer as an entree.