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In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Annangrove below.
|Cafe Rialto Pizza Bar||Italian, Pizza & Pasta|
|Calzones||Calzones are ‘folded pizzas’ that contain a variety of fillings, but are based on the most usual pizza toppings. Some are more elaborate than others and can contain any kind of meat, such as minced beef, chicken, ham and also tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, but also spinach, rocket, aubergine and other vegetables. The ‘pizza’ is folded over and sealed to prevent the filling from oozing out.||Pizza & Pasta|
|Minestrone Soup||The classic and renowned Italian soup, comprising small pasta shapes, a rich chicken stock and finely diced vegetables such as celery, onions, tomatoes, carrots beans and herbs. Created in Ancient Roman times this soup is now served in many different ways, some finely and others much more chunky and hearty. A sprinkling of parmesan and a good basket of bread makes this really filling.||Italian|
|Pepperoni Pizza||One of the most popular pizzas sold at most pizza shops, The Pepperoni pizza consists of a base of rich tomato sauce with cheese and pepperoni.||Pizza & Pasta|
|Pizza Margherita||This traditional simple cheese and tomato pizza topped with fresh basils has become popular mainly with children because of its simple topping. It's a good alternative for children that are fussy eaters.||Pizza & Pasta|
|Lasagne||Lasagne is served in every pizza and pasta restaurant, and varies in how it is made. Some use sheets of ordinary white pasta, while others use the green spinach lasagna sheets. A rich minced beef and tomato sauce is layered along with garlic, herbs and a white béchamel sauce, and topped with mozzarella cheese and grated parmesan. Served with salad and garlic bread||Pizza & Pasta|
|Spaghetti Carbonara||Carbonara sauce is quite simply a bacon (pancetta) and egg sauce with loads of parmesan cheese. The simple sauce is used on most pastas and can often be found in cafe cabinets in a pasta bake with additional vegetables.||Pizza & Pasta|
|Napoletana pasta sauce||An amazing vegetarian italian option. Crushed tomato, onion, garlic, basil and parmesan. Sounds simple but bursting with lots of flavour.||Italian|
|Spaghetti and Meatballs||Traditional Italian dish, with meatballs made of minced pork and beef, herbs and minced onion and garlic, and served in a rich thick tomato based ragu sauce. Can be served sometimes with shredded fresh basil or oregano and shavings of parmesan. As with carbonara, it tends to be served with garlic bread and side salad.||Italian|
|Osso Buco||A dish invented in Ancient Roman Times and perfected over the years to a more sophisticated Italian meal, consisting of cross-cut veal shanks, braised in red wine, onions, celery and carrots and served with a gremolata on the top (optional).||Italian|
|Bruschetta||Delicious slices of bread, rubbed with garlic and tomato and seasoned before grilling. Various toppings are served, the most popular being diced tomatoes and red onion with finely chopped garlic and basil. Can also be served with a pesto topping, and sometimes with roasted aubergine and mushrooms. Usually a starter, but can be purchased as a main course.||Italian|
|Lamb cutlets with garlic and rosemary||Usually on every Italian menu, small trimmed lamb chops or cutlets are served steeped in fresh rosemary and garlic and pan fried or grilled. Served with sauté potatoes and vegetables, it is a hearty plate of food and delicious flavours. Tender pink lamb is enhanced by the earthy rosemary and garlic.||Italian|
|Pinot Grigio||Classic white Italian wine, normally top of the list in all pizzerias. Very dry white wine with slight fruity overtones, there are normally a few varieties available, including New World grapes. Often used as the ‘house wine’||Pizza & Pasta|
|Beer||A variety of Italian beers are available, the most popular being Peroni or Azurro. Served normally in tall frosted glasses, the beer tastes very light but is actually relatively high in alcohol content||Pizza & Pasta|
|Soave||Another popular wine, this white wine is produced in the Veneto region of Italy, around the city of Verona, home to many Shakespeare plays! It is comparatively dry and was once the ‘in’ drink in the 1970’s but was overtaken by Pinot Grigiot towards the 1980’s||Italian|
|Peroni||The most popular of beers served in Italian restaurants, it is not the cheapest one around but still sells more than any other. 5% alcohol, a slightly ‘hoppy’ taste but very refreshing when served in iced cold frosted glasses.||Italian|
|Chianti||In rustic Italian restaurants, you can still see empty bottles of Chianti grouped together and hanging around the bar or ceiling! Old Chianti bottles used to be covered in a basket weave, and often used to house a candle on your table, so that the wax dripped down the outside of the bottle! The wine itself is red and relatively light in comparison to heavier Italian wines such as Barolo. Chianti is produced primarily in the beautiful region of Tuscany, and is eminently drinkable!||Italian|
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Cafe Rialto Pizza Bar is a family run business. Their success is due to our generous home-style traditional Italian meals and commitment to quality.
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