next up was this platter of prosciutto (cooked and uncooked), cheese and olives. real salty goodness.
then we got into some pastas, which they make in house by the way. this one here was the torcelli. spicy calabrian sausage and porcini mushrooms in a cream and tomato sauce. a lil grated parmesan over the top for good measure.
hands down the winner of the show. hand made pumpkin tortelli with butter noisette, sage, shiitake mushrooms and parmesan cheese. off the chain! even for corey who doesn’t really dig pumpkin that much. no complaints on this one.
by this time, we were full. i mean packed with all that good stuff. no room for main course, which judging from the healthy portions that were coming out, i’m sure would have been proper. we just had to skip through to dessert. i tried this one. forgot the name, but it had a house made blueberry marmalade on top of this milky cream with an interesting texture. i’m not big on desserts, but this was ok.
this was a show stopper though. vanilla ice cream topped with cream, chocolate and amado skillfully pouring a shot of espresso on it.
warm espresso no doubt, so everything just started to melt and mix.
the end result, a delicious mess. i just had a little taste of it. if you like coffee, this is fuh you!