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2020-02-13 825 views
Pici is well known for their homemade pastas in HK. I was quite excited to try them! We came in the early evening, started with a glass of wine overlooking the (not so busy) street! Reminds me of those cafes in Paris (or anywhere else in Europe? )Staff here are very friendly, they greeted us with a big smile, asked how your day was, introduced the menu and their wines. Maybe it was still early and not many people were there, they were very nice to us.Vitello tonnato- This looked and tasted lot l
Staff here are very friendly, they greeted us with a big smile, asked how your day was, introduced the menu and their wines. Maybe it was still early and not many people were there, they were very nice to us.
Vitello tonnato- This looked and tasted lot like the one at Pirata, but seeing that they belong to the same restaurant group, it might just be the same recipe!
Truffle tagliolini at the back, pasta was firmer in texture than average, which is apparently what al dente is supposed to be like. Most homemade pastas I have tried are firmer than my liking, but that’s okay. The flavor was good, truffle sauce was strong and there was a generous serving on top!
Ravioli- This one was so full of flavor I loved it. It was on the saltier side but I liked it. The cheese, the sauce, and the stuffing go very well together.
I didn’t take a picture of the desserts, we got one each, a tiramisu and a panna cotta. Honestly, we were so stuffed by this time we didn’t really need dessert. They were good though! I have always loved tiramisu and they do it pretty well too!
I like this place~ definitely a nice place to chill with a wine and good homemade pasta.