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Italian Foods in New York That Take You to Italy

Italian Foods in New York That Take You to Italy

Where would you find the largest population of Italians or people of Italian origin outside Italy? Surely, it must be the US. Therefore, travelers who are not fortunate enough to have made it to Italy to savor authentic Italian cuisine must not have any regrets when they are traveling in the US. They can derive the same satisfaction of original recipes from Italy when moving around New York City that house some of the most famous Italian restaurants. Moreover, it is not Italian delicacies alone that these restaurants are famous for, authentic Italian wines served along with it make the experience most wholesome. In this post, we will help you to select delicacies that make your dining experience at the Italian restaurant upper east side, the most memorable one.

Risotto Al Nero Di Seppia

The delicacy owes its origin to Venice, the magical land of city waterways and gondolas. If you wish to have a taste of the authentic seafood of Venice, then you must try out Risotto Al Nero Di Seppia. The risotto gets a classic twist with the cuttlefish’s black ink and trying it out with green crabs with soft shells and grilled sardines with polenta will leave you asking for more.

Arancini Al Ragu

Although the Sicilian cuisine is authentic of its Italian heritage, it has the shades of Romans, Normans, Arabs, and Greeks who had dominated the country for years. To get a taste of the multi cultural influence, you must not give Arancini, the famous street food of fried balls of risotto, miss. Try out the Al Ragu version that has a stuffing of rice with mozzarella cheese and meat sauce.

Orecchiette

No Italian food experience can be complete if you do not have a taste of Orecchiette. The food belongs to the rustic land of Puglia located at the heel of Italy. Although it is nothing but pasta as you typically get at other places of Italy, savoring it with creamy burrata, raw shrimps and a form of the little ear will make your experience an extraordinary one.

Pappardelle al Ragu

Tuscany in Italy is a paradise for meat lovers as a variety of meat even from the wild finds a place in the delicacies cooked here. To recreate the Tuscan experience in America, you must taste Pappardelle al Ragu the famous dish that makes the place memorable to food lovers. The delicacy is made from a Tuscan wild pig that turns tender and tastes super delicious when slow cooked with herbs, tomatoes, and red wine. Whether you are celebrating Christmas or any special occasion, it is the right time to try out this dish.

Ossobuco

This food belongs to North Italy well known for the city of Milan besides its beautiful landscape of castles of the medieval times, snow capped mountains and lakes. Ossobuco is beef stew in which the meat is cooked in herb broth and white wine. The restaurants serve it with creamy risotto at the top. You simply get an out of this earth experience.

 

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