Thursday, May 10, 2012


Cuisine: Italian

Eatz:  I really love Terroni.  It often reminds me of the type of restaurant you may stumble upon while roaming the streets of New York.   From the grand chandeliers to the great black and white movies being projected on the wall to the open kitchen, this place delivers every time.

Ann and I normally stick to the items we know but felt it was time to branch out and try a few new dishes.  To get the party started we shared the Piatto a Stutare (Prosciutto San Daniele, burrata, grilled fresh artichokes, mint & extra-virgin olive oil). This was so absolutely delicious.  I truly enjoy when simple dishes are packed with a tremendous amount of flavor.  2nd course was status quo for the lady, Spaghetti al Limon  (homemade spaghetti with spinach, onions, capers, shavings of parmigiano with lemon & extra-virgin olive oil) but I decided to go with the special which consisted of pappardelle noodles and  chunks of Coniglio (look it up).  Yum Yum Yum......Since no alcohol was consumed we were able to get out of here paying $65 including tip.

I can't wait to go back!

Quick Tip:  This place does not accept reservations.  If there is a long wait, enjoy a game of foosball outside.  

Buen Provecho!

1 comment:

  1. It looks like a nice place to dine. Thanks for the review!