Cucina Alessa has a great menu, with many wonderful choices. Antipasto combo of three cheeses and three cold cuts was our starter: burrata, burrata with ricotta, parmesan and proscuitto danielle, Italian ham, and spicy soppressata. All were excellent. We crafted a pasta combination for a second course that included the ricotta and spinach ravioli, lamb al sugo, and fettucini alfredo. All the starters and pastas were excellent and authentic Italian style. Fresh, tasty ingredients in every dish. We had some pizza, thin crust, great cheese and pepperoni. Fresh catch and pollo marsala topped off an excellent meal. Highly recommend this restaurant.
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