A very beautiful Italian restaurant with some rustic decor. The restaurant is located at DIFC and serves some of the best authentic Italian dishes. The restaurant also has a small outdoor seating and a nice indoor seating. As I visited for dinner the lights were dim and had candles lit on the table. Our server helped us pick the best dishes to try.
Grande Basil Mojito -was refreshing.
La Burrata- Fresh Burrata on rocket leaves that was served with olives, tomatoes and capsicum. Burrata cheese was fresh and went well with the leaves.
Funghi Gratinati- Whole baked mushrooms filled with a mix of breadcrumbs, parsley, garlic and pecorino cheese on shallots creamed cheese. This was the very first time i tried this dish and I must say I was in love with it.
Lasagna: Fresh layers of thin pasta with minced beef and Asiago Cheese in red sauce. The portion is good for one person only. It was a pleasant dish.
Raviolo Rustico: Freshly made Ravioli stuffed with chicken and mushrooms, on mushroom sauce. The ravioli was freshly made in the restaurant and it was super delicious.
Gnocchi Alla Romana Con Tartufo Nero : Baked semolina gnocchi with Taleggio sauce and black truffle. It was appetizing.
Tiramisu: A popular Italian dessert. Everywhere I go, if there is Tiramisu on the menu I definitely try it. The tiramisu here had nutella on top of it which made it unique from the other Tiramisu’s I have tried earlier. Ravioli makes the best Tiramisu I must say.
Millefoglie: Puff pastry with loads of custard in it, served with fresh strawberries on the side. The custard went so well with the puff pastry.
I had such a wonderful Italian dining experience at Ravioli & Co.
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