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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Passport Quest: Brunch at Trattoria

Trattoria as part of the Glowbal Passport Quest. As part of the promotion that Glowbal Group ran in February - March 2013, I visited all seven of the restaurants. Here is my post of Trattoria.

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If you are not able to make it to Trattoria for dinner, one way to earn the coveted stamp is through brunch! And that is exactly what we did. to start Brunch starts off with a shot of a Blueberry Smoothie and  some freshly baked Tiramisu Bread. There is a bit of coffee flavoured mascarpone to enhance the flavour of the loaf.
Antipasti Misto We decided to go for Antipasto Misto. The platter has something for everyone. Some meat, som seafood and lots of carbs too. Antipasti Misto We split the platter up into two, and you can see the individual items better here. The Spicy Wagyu Meatball is what you've probably had with their spaghetti, and it's a nice, moist morsel of meat. It's definitely a two-to-three biter, with just a hint of heat. Ask for extra chili flakes if you like it hot! The Jumbo Tiger Prawn could be bigger, but the actual prawn was very bouncy. I wasn't a huge fan of the Forno Honey Mussel, nothing wrong with it, but I didn't love the crust. Next up was the Burrata Caprese, which was really good. Very refreshing and I've never met a burrata I didn't love. The Fior Di Latte Calzone is more prominent in the first photo, but I found the crust to be a bit too heavy. The Prosciutto & Pepperoni Stuffed Crispy Gnocchi was really good, a fine balance of meat and gnocchi.  There was also a mini crockpot full of Vegetable Fritto. The breading was a bit heavy, but the veggies were very fresh. We actually finished them, but we did take some of the crust off. 

Take Note: 

  • No reservations for dinner 
  • 50% off wines on Wednesday
  • Great patio for a sunny afternoon
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