Wednesday, November 2, 2011


'Scamorza' - Scamorza is an Italian cow's milk cheese, similar to mozzarella. In Italy, scamorza is more commonly made in the south rather than the north. Technically, scamorza is a product of Puglia, where it is made throughout Bari province. Our scamorza is served grilled and with pad fried radicchio. ($13)

'Tuna crocchette' - Deep fried balls of goodness made with tuna, breadcrumbs, egg, parmesan, lemon zest, parsley, olives & capers. This delicious appetizer is surpringly light and to be eaten with your fingers. ($14)

'Fettuccine alla norma' - This stunning pasta dish is one of the most traditional Sicilian recipes. The fettuccine are served with a rich tomato based sauce with chilli, garlic, fresh basil and topped off with ricotta salata. ($26)

'Straccetti alla romana' - This is a typical dish of the Lazio region in Italy. Thin strips of veal pan fried with rosemary and garlic. The veal is served with a rocket and crouton salad and caramelised onion. ($28)

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