201 Coleman Blvd. Mt. Pleasant
What’s more comforting and delicious than braised meat that falls off the bone and melts in your mouth? Not much, which is why osso bucco is so hard to resist. Traditionally made with veal, osso bucco literally means “shank” in Italian and describes dishes that use that cut from lamb and pork too. At Sette, the pork osso bucco is braised to perfection and served with natural jus and parmesan risotto. And the best part of the best pork osso bucco in town? It’s only $15.
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