SPAGHETTI CAVALIER COCCO, A GUARANTEE
Our spaghetti come from the award-winning Pastificio Cavalier Giuseppe Cocco.
The company “Cavalier Giuseppe Cocco” was founded in 1916 in Fara San Martino, renamed “town of pasta”, a small place in the province of Chieti located on the slopes of the Majella.
It is one of the best Italian pasta factories that made the history of pasta.
The spaghetti of our restaurant in Rome are handcrafted with rough bronze drawing and dried at low temperature, with a sinuous and thick consistency and imperceptible stickiness. The result is a wholly homogeneous and balanced pasta, with an excellent endurance thanks also to ingredients such as durum wheat semolina and water. The difference compared to a type of spaghetti considered “industrial” foresees slower drying times and natural temperatures, lower (40-45 degrees).
BUCATINI OR VERMICELLI? THE OFFER OF OUR RESTAURANT IN ROME WITH ROMAN OR MEDITERRANEAN CONDIMENTS
The menu of our restaurant in Rome on Via della Lungaretta 75 in Trastevere includes classic Roman first courses such as bucatini all’amatriciana and cacio e pepe, but also Mediterranean dishes such as the characteristic vermicelli with clams, the extra touch is given by parsley and pepper added at the end of the preparation. The variant with mussels, tomato and Brunelli “Buccianera” pecorino is very popular. Depending on the season you can also taste spaghetti with tomato sauce with beef or veal meatballs.