At this little gem among throngs of tourist traps, the homemade northern-Italian-style dishes are sure to delight. Chef Alessandro doesn’t settle for mediocrity, and he’s passionate about using fresh, in-season ingredients. The antipasto plates are huge, filled with bruschetta, fine cheeses, prosciutto, salami with flavored honeys. For a main course, try something seasoned with zafferino (saffron) or the citrusy scallops. You can’t go wrong with the rich and satisfying cacio e pepe pasta, a simple traditional dish. You’ll find the perfect wine to pair from their wine list, and after dinner you can go for a shot of limoncello or ginger liqueur. At Zafferino, you don’t need to compromise any part of the dining experience—the delicious cuisine is accompanied by attentive service and reasonable prices.
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