Authentic trattoria to open in Dubai

Ravioli & Co. is set to bring traditional Italian flavours to DIFC

Ravioli & Co. is set to bring traditional Italian flavours to DIFC.
Ravioli & Co. is set to bring traditional Italian flavours to DIFC.

With a back to basics approach to cuisine, simple, traditional food will be the focus of Ravioli & Co.’s menu.

Tortellini, tagliatelle, gnocchi, and of course ravioli are some of the fresh pasta options that will be on offer at Ravioli & Co, an authentic Italian Trattoria, set to open mid-August in Burj Daman, in Dubai’s DIFC district. Specialising in fresh pasta made daily by an in house sfoglina (pasta lady), this home-grown licensed concept aims to redefine the way the city interprets an authentic Italian dining experience.

Launched by two ladies from Italy and Jordan, the pair are lifetime friends and share a love for honest home cooking. The chef and pasta lady both hail from Italy, making the restaurant a ‘family affair’, aiming to bring the essence of mama’s cooking.

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Although the menu will be centered on fresh pasta, Ravioli & Co., will offer a traditional menu of both shared and individual dishes for lunch and dinner. In addition, the in-house bakery will showcase Italian breads such as focaccia and grissini. Vegetarian items will also be available along with lower calorie and gluten-free pasta varieties.

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