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My goodbye dinner (for my co-op term) at Terroni
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Yes, wow. This is a super duper duper late post.. But better late than never :)

I was feeling Italian that day, so a couple coworkers and I went to Terroni on Adelaide.
The interior of the restaurant blew me away once I stepped inside.
So gorgeous!
They make their pasta fresh and display it like this. So cool.
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To start off, we obviously had to get some wine..
We chose to pop some bottles of Outis, a wine that originated from Sicily.
(I've realized I really like white wine from Sicily.. Hmm)
It was quite crisp and dry (exactly how I like my white wines) and had a little apple aroma to it.
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Tagliere Mezzo e Mezzo
a combination of: Tagliere del Salumiere (selection of italian and local cured meats)
& Tagliere di Formaggi (selection of italian cheeses served with honey and homemade jam)
Tagliolini in Canna a Mare
Homemade tagliolini with fresh clams, fresh mussels, calamari, scallops and tiger shrimp in a light tomato sauce
Organic mixed greens with combozola, roasted red peppers, black olives, pinenuts, honey, balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil
Ravioli di Zio Paperone
homemade ravioli stuffed with duck confit, fig, roasted butternut squash, sauteed with oyster, button mushrooms and parmigiano
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For dessert, we decided to get the tiramisu (and a couple americanos).
I didn't take a picture of it so I found this one on Terroni's website.
Mine did NOT look like that (I'm assuming they would give it to you like this if you ordered an entire cake) because I only ordered a slice :)
Maybe next time ;)
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Overall, I enjoyed my time at Terroni.
The staff was friendly and the food was amazing!
The portions were quite small for an Italian restaurant but the quality made up for it.
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