Andiamo Ristorante

Wednesday’s are for wine! At Andiamo Ristorante in Austin, TX, Wednesday’s also mean 20 dollar bottomless bowls of pasta and half-priced bottles of select wines. With this being said, my girlfriends and I dressed up and made our way to the promise land of bottomless pasta.

Zagat, a notable review site for restaurants, marked this Italian gem as one of the best places to find housemade pasta in Austin.

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Andiamo Ristorante

Excited to taste, my friends and I sat down and indulged in their famous housemade cheese bread and a bottle of wine. The pasta’s that we indulged in are presented below with a description of each.

Ravioli ai 4 Formaggi

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Housemade spinach ravioli, filled with ricotta, gorgonzola, mozzarella and parmesan cheese, sauteed with tomato cream sauce.

Amatriciana

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A traditional style spaghetti sauteed with tomatoes, guanciale, and olive oil, topped with pecorino romano cheese.

Cacio e Pepe

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A simple spaghetti sauteed with garlic olive oil, black pepper, parsley and parmesan cheese.

A unanimous decision from the table revealed the ravioli was the best, and I would highly recommend giving it a try. The creamy tomato sauce has a flawless balance of acidity and sweetness leaving you craving another bowl–but hey, it’s bottomless, so why not!

Andiamo Ristorante has a sleek aesthetic and is great for getting dolled up and going out with your friends, or if you’ve been meaning to take a special someone on a date, this restaurant has the perfect romantic atmosphere.

Photo Credits: Andiamo Ristorante 

 

 

 

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