After all the hype with the Anthony Bourdain Cacio e Pepe I expect a lot. I ordered the carpaccio for appetizer, it was good, but I've had better ones, and much better ones too. Then I ordered the cacio pepe. Before I even mentioned that I wanted to try that anyways, the waiter had mentioned it to me and three other tables that is was the house specialty. So I was excited to try it. I guess I should've know better than to just order plain pasta with grated cheese and pepper. I guess the name in italian sounded like more than just that. I wasn't impressed. The cute little crust it comes in didn't save it for me. Just plain pasta. My 7 year-old would've loved it. My husband's pasta was way more interesting, he ordered a fettutine with porccini. That was pretty good. I saw the gnocci going by, it looked lovely. Oh well, too late for that.
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