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Pasta Adagio

L'avis de Gault&Millau

After presenting a pasta degustation at Osteria La Passione for six years, owner/Chef Carmine Costantini was ready to mix things up. Rebranding as Pasta Adagio, he now offers a more casual, authentic Italian menu with a focus on pasta. Pasta Adagio is a lighter and leaner version of its previous life as Osteria la Passione. The venue has been stripped back to resemble a rustic bistro with timber tables and chairs throughout the venue. The concise menu offers impeccable Italian food that allows quality ingredients to shine. Start with some house-made cured meats served with lightly fried gnocco fritto. Or, try the calzagatti fritti – slices of fried crispy polenta topped with a smooth and luscious squaquerone cheese. Main courses are all about the pasta, and Carmine’s renowned ragu is a standout. The pasta is silky smooth with a lip-smackingly rich beef and pork ragu. The orecchiete is clever in its simplicity: garlic and salted ricotta is folded into the pasta with slices of broccoli and cauliflower. PSST! Carmine’s ragu is available to purchase and take home. Reviewed for the 2019 Guide


486 Bridge Road, Richmond
3000 Melbourne


+61 3 9428 2558
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Mardi  18:30 - 22:30
Mercredi  18:30 - 22:30
Jeudi  18:30 - 22:30
Vendredi  18:30 - 22:30
Samedi  18:30 - 22:30


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