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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > February 2008

Piattini E Vini Pialto Cucina Italina

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Piattini E Vini Pialto Cucina Italina

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Piattini E Vini Pialto Cucina Italina

(02) 2778-1536#7
5, Lane 260, GuangFu S Rd
Hours:平日/weekdays 12-3 pm, 6-11 pm
Fri 12-3 pm, 6 pm-12 am
Sat 10 am-4 pm, 6 pm-12 am
Sun 10 am-4 pm, 6 pm-11 am
Credit cards accepted. No service charge.
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Exit No.2
Public parking available.

Osteria Rialto has been serving up quality Italian for nine years. Recently, the chain's GuangFu branch underwent a renovation and some major adjustments were made on the menu. In the past, Osteria Rialto provided mostly northern Italian cuisine; now the restaurant is offering a larger selection of cold dishes and hot plates that are served in small potions called "Piattini", which means "small plate" in Italian. These small dishes are often seen in pubs all over Italy. If you want take-out, please call ahead to place your order. --By Josie Wu, translated by Diva Yang

A. The chef recommends Pasta with Duck & Porcini Tartufo Sauce (NT$460), which may remind old customers of Osteria Rialto; Pan Fried Scallops with Anchovy Sauce (NT$260) are made with homemade anchovy caper sauce. The sour and salty seasonings really complement the scallops.

B. Some of the "small plates" include: Omelet with Mixed Vegetables, Mixed Mushrooms, and Italian Mixed seafood. In addition they serve 18 hot dishes.

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