At il piccolo forno in Lawrenceville. Toppings are: cherry tomatoes with balsamico, gorgonzola, and a mushroom spread, plus artichoke hearts and olives. Very tasty! (although the mushroom one was a little on the bland side)
For dessert, I had a limoncello tartufo, which was a limoncello center surrounded by lemon gelato, and some raspberry sauce drizzled over it… yummy! Also a cappuccino.
Great place! I hadn't been to this new location yet…
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It was very good! Interesting how languages often sound the same even if they're not written the same… I can understand miam miam is the same as yum yum, just from the sound when you say it aloud 🙂
Was the eating expensive?
Not too bad for the city… this dish was $7 (it was actually an appetizer on the menu, but plenty for a lunch for me), and our total bill for two people for lunch and desserts was about $31.
Fortunately human can basically communicate without using a sophisticated language.
This looks delicious!