Pasta, garlic bread, anti pasti and more

They say don’t work with your family but Pasta Cosa was opened in 2016 by sisters Talia and Kayleigh Baccino. Yeah, we’re jealous of how cool their names are too. And they share the same belief as us that you either love pasta or you’re wrong. How can just a few everyday ingredients come together to create something as wonderful as pasta? And as delicious as all pasta is, there really is no comparison to fresh. Assuming you don’t have an flour-speckled Italian Nonna in your kitchen belting out penne all day, there’s some things that are just better left to the professionals.

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Deep Fried Gnocchi Aglio e Olio V

Crispy potato gnocchi fried in olive oil, chilli, garlic peppers and onions topped with parmesan

£5

Mozzarella Arancini Balls V

Deep fried mozzarella stuff riced balls with spicy arrabbiata dip

£5

Italian Nachos V

Deep fried ravioli with sliced olives, ricotta and red pesto dressing

£5

Cheesy Garlic Bread

£3.5

Tagliatelle Carbonara

Pancetta and egg in a cream sauce

£7.5

Sedanini Chicken Arrabbiata

Chicken, chilli, garlic and onions in a tomato sauce

£7.5

Kids Pasta V

Pasta in tomato or cream sauce with grated mozzarella

£3.5

Large Cannoli V

Nutella & honeycomb or Sicilian lemon and white chocolate

£4

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