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Considering that Maurizio Ferrarese moved to Houston from Italy to run the kitchen at Quattro, it’s not surprising that the young chef is turning out top-notch versions of old-school classics like lasagna Bolognese and a risotto Milanese with osso buco. But he’s also stretching our definition of Italian food, with cutting-edge dishes like house-cured veal tongue with watercress and ricotta vinaigrette, and slow-cooked duck with foie gras. Sunday brunch is an experience: the sprawling buffet line features omelets and egg dishes, a seafood station with dishes like striped bass and linguine with shrimp and scallops, entrées like duck and oyster mushrooms and a pan-seared pepper steak, and a carving station.

Meal Times
Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Parking, Reservations, Takeout