What is this mountain of steaming, hot goodness? Pasta, duhhh.
What better way to relax on a Thursday than going out to have some carbs and good laughs out on a beautiful patio. Terroni on Queen West has one of the cutest patio spaces I've visited!
As this is a smaller location, space was a little tight. But they made due with what they had so there are actually a fair number of tables available inside the restaurant. But what a lot of people came for was the lovely patio.
Which we decided to sit at :)
We started off with some water and bread. The bread wasn't anything fantastic - not warm, but not hard either. It was just a nice filler as were all pretty starving.
And then our pastas came <3_<3
I got the Pappardelle alla Iosa, with homemade spicy sausage, button and oyster mushrooms, peas, topped with parmigiano, and mixed in with some extra-virgin olive oil.
Two of the girls ordered the Agnolotti alla Lilli, which was stuffed with spinach, ricotta and pecorino, cooked in butter and sage, and topped with parmigiano.
Another ordered the Tagliatelle alla Bolognese, which was with traditional bolognese ragu and parmigiano.
And last but not least, this is the Spaghetti Cocuzza, which was guanciale, fried zucchini, stracciatella, onion, and topped with pecorino and mint.
Everyone loved their pasta choices. I was thoroughly enjoying mine, and I can see how it is a fan favourite! The girls each cleaned their plate, with nothing left to spare. I was super stuffed, but as it was one of my friend's birthdays, she decided to get the nutella profiteroles.
Doesn't it look unreal... It also came with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Overall, it was a very good food night. I always love a good pasta, and I've never been disappointed with Terroni. Terroni is always a safe bet for me, and I will definitely be back in the near future.