10 places to get fresh pasta in Toronto
Places to get fresh pasta in Toronto are culinary go-tos for those who don't want to eat dry, frozen or mass-produced pasta but also don't know how to make their own from scratch. Here are my picks for the places to go for fresh pasta in Toronto that you can then cook at home.
North Wales restaurant review: La Ricetta, Prestatyn
Italy and Wales have a lot in common when it comes to the kitchen, including a passion for using local ingredients and sharing good food. La Ricetta is a restaurant on the Prestatyn High Street that takes up these two elements, to serve up traditional Italian dishes using welsh produce.
Albero Cafe in Wichita is the best Italian restaurant in Kansas, according to this list.
As experts on Italian food goes, I'd rank people living and working in New York City right up there. So a recent list published on the New York Daily News website , purporting to contain the name of the best Italian restaurant in each of the 50 states, caught my attention.
Lupo Verde's Newest Restaurant Highlights Meat, Garlic, and More Meat
Lupo Verde corporate chef Matteo Venini has developed new pasta dishes and other seasonal offerings to lure area diners - even those who've had his cooking before - to the new osteria opening Wednesday, April 18. The new three-story eatery in Palisades remains faithful to certain standbys served at the flagship Lupo Verde on 14th Street NW but also features alternate takes on Italian cuisine. Carryovers from the original Lupo include fried artichokes, seared octopus with olives, branzino, and its cheesy-peppery noodles.
Tagliatelle with Prosciutto and Peas
Good ingredients are at the heart of all Italian cooking, so we chose ours through careful testing. Opting for a dried Italian-made egg pasta over traditional dried pasta got us very close to the texture of labor-intensive fresh pasta.
Opened in 1999, and chosen by Gourmet Magazine in 2000 as one of "America's Best Restaurants," Johnny's Half Shell relocated to its present Capitol Hill location in September 2006. Renditions of Chesapeake and Gulf Coast Seafood remained the kitchen's focus, and the restaurant's new home maintained its homespun conviviality. Said Washingtonian Magazine, "The capitol dome shines in the background, a reminder of the new, more serious-minded neighbors who come here. But Johnny's still feels like home." In September 2007, New York Times dubbed the new venue a "Capital Gain" for Washington, DC.
400 N. Capitol St. NW
Washington, DC 20001