Bensi's Da Dilva is taking out a franchise on great food
Aug 4, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily Record
Bensi founders John Osso and Mario Bernardo learned to make great Italian food in family kitchens in Calabria.
#1 Aug 9, 2012
Its the best Italian restaurant in my book.
And I love Italian food.
Even in my high school year book they wrote I loved cheeseburgers and pizza! No order by the way. But I can and have recommended this warm comfortable setting to many, many people. Not even Mario or his wife know! I go way back with them. Like maybe the 80's!
I LOVE THEM MARIO AND DOREEN.
AND OF COURSE THE FOOD LIKE THE SONG SAYS, " is simply the best"
THANK YOU MARIO, DOREEN / John
#2 Aug 14, 2012
Tpr is my #1 favorite Italian place to eat. Through out 35 years I started out in their first place and up to now since they moved so many feet away. Over all those years at one time or another I have tried just about everything on the menu. And each dish is so good, it's not surprising that they have just about a chain of Bensi's. To me it will always be Tpr. You would not be able to make up your mind on "what would be your favorite dish" all I can say it's Italian and "simply the ever lovin best".
#3 Aug 14, 2012
Oh, by the way I am from Tenafly not bergenfld!
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