Saturday, June 16, 2012

Pasta and Gelato at Amici

If you find yourself craving for pasta and gelato, there's one place where you can have both. Amici has one of the best pastas in the metro, and with its Cara Mia Gelateria, you can't go wrong.


Linguine al Prosciutto e Tartufo, an olive oil based pasta with mushrooms and prosciutto (P 298), simple, homey and comforting. The richness of the olive oil and prosciutto plays well with the earthiness of the mushrooms and herbs. Add some parmesan and chili flakes and you're good to go.





And there's more...


Linguine Red Vongole e Gamberetti, a tomato based pasta with prawns, clams and shrimps (P 312), with a rich red sauce that's big on flavor.


If you love seafood with a traditional tomato based sauce, this is it.


Strawberry Lite and Guinduia Choco Hazelnut (P 80 per scoop), just perfect. A great way to cap the meal.


And for more serious desserts, no worries...



Cara Mia Gelateria offers a wide range of flavors, plus an extensive selection of cakes and gelato-based cakes as well.



 Amici also offers fresh baked bread and pastries, truly a one-stop shop for everything delicious. Very cool.





Amici is located at Missouri Square, Connecticut corner Missouri Streets, Greenhills or call 724-4804 for details on other branch locations.

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18 comments:

  1. You are making me hungry with all those great looking food.

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    1. Hi Jen, thanks, and thanks too for stopping by!

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  2. Love their aglio olio and spinach fettuccini ala puttanesca! Pistachio gelato too!

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    1. hi pinkc00kies, the aglio olio selections are winners, nothing like a good olive oil based pasta! Thanks for dropping in!

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    1. Hi All That I'm Eating, thanks! And thanks for stopping by!

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  4. It all looks amazing -- I think I'd go for the Linguine al Prosciutto e Tartufo. Sounds like a great combination, and beautiful presentation, too!

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    1. Hi Nicole, good choice! Great to hear from you Nicole!

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  5. What a feast! Everything looks temptingly delicious.

    Btw, having problems posting comments at your site.

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    1. Hi Eric, thanks! And thanks too for the heads up on the glitch, will check it out.

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  6. I just posted a gelato recipe yesterday! That chocolate-hazelnut looks pretty fabulous...and the pasta doesn't look bad either.

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    1. Hi Cucina49, thanks! Just read your gelato recipe post, looks delicious!

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  7. Oh, my gosh! This is my kind of a meal!! ...you got me drooling over the entire post!

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    1. Hi Mira, thanks! And thanks too for stopping by!

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  8. That pasta looks amazing, you sure know how to live Gerry! A.

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    1. hey Anthony, thanks! Great to hear from you!

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  9. have you tried their Salto Con Zuppa?? it's really god ^^

    http://beccaeatsmanila.blogspot.com/2012/11/amici.html

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    1. Hi Becca, not yet, will definitely try that next, thanks for the tip! And thanks for stopping by!

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