Monday, May 16, 2011


'Tuna Crochettes' - Made with bread, milk, eggs, parmesan and lemon zest. Crumbed and deep fried. An old fashioned italian recipe and delicious way to start your meal. ($14)

'Scamorza' - Grilled smoked mozzarella cheese. Served with lightly pan fried raddicchio and fresh basil. In Italy, scamorza is commonly made in the south and is an Italian cow's milk cheese. ($15)

'Stracciafave' - Broad bean puree on the base and a rag pasta cooked in broad beans, guanciale (cured pork cheek), onion and fresh pecorino cheese. This is one of my grandmothers famous recipes and it truly is to die for. ($26)

'Agnello alla Cacciatore' - Lamb loin chops cooked in red wine vinegar, rosemary and garlic. Served with roasted potatoes. Agnello is lamb aged from 90 days to one year. Lamb is the most typical meat from this once-pastoral region(Lazio). There is no substitute for Roman baby lamb, which is milk-fed and tender. ($28)

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