At a recent visit, I started with the Insalata Zafferano ($18) -Romaine hearts, fennel, Roma tomatoes, shallot, beetroot, capsicum, brioche croutons and shallot cheese dressing. A light and refreshing way to start the meal.
From the pasta menu I tried the Ravioli di burrata ($24)- Light burrata ravioli with basil and tomato passata sauce and roasted tomato confit.
· I also tried the Risotto al nero di seppia ($24)- Squid ink risotto with baby calamari, red wine reduction and tomatoes.
Finally, the Gnocchi di patate al gorgonzola e noci ($19) is ideal if you love the strong tasting gorgonzola cheese.
Down to the main courses, most if it are designed for sharing.
I tried the Branzino cartoccio ($68)- a whole seabass cooked in paper with olives, capers, tomatoes and spring vegetables designed to share between 3-5 persons.
For the full monty, go for the Fiorentina alla brace ($168)Charcoal grilled 900g black Angus t-bone steak with oyster mushrooms, shallots and bone marrow. Good to share between 3-5persons.
Lobster lovers would do well with the Astice alla busara ($86)- Boston lobster cooked with chili tomato sauce, pine nuts and served with raisin pilaf rice.
Desserts - go for the homemade Tiramisu ($18) if you have some room to spare.
Well that you have it. Good food with a good view - what more can one ask for?
Must tries: Risotto, Branzino cartocci
- I also recommend this place for:
- After Work, Business Dining, Corporate Events, Dinner, Large Groups, Large Groups/Gathering, Lunch, Nice Deco, Relaxed, Romance/First Dates, View/Scenery
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