Bella Vita Ristorante
As I discuss various feeding options with the waiter, the couple on the next table interject, recommending the duck ravioli. I usually don’t eat pasta. It’s rarely sufficiently tasty or interesting.
It’s a bad day to be a quacker.
House-made soft sweet dough, soaked in Limoncello liquori & accompanied with house-made vanilla bean gelato.
The little cakes are infused with some strong “liquori”. I wouldn’t want to spit chunks of one of them out into a breath test machine on the way home.
I appreciate that they’ve made their own chocolate sauce and gelato here, but they’re very close to regular chocolate topping and vanilla ice cream.
The biscuit crumbs that hide under the gelato are actually quite tasty crumbs, but there’s not much of them. I’m not sure how they participate in the dessert.
I continue eating the vanilla ice cream and topping, but combining it in any way with the alcohol-infused cakes is pointless, as the alcohol overpowers anything I’ve eaten this month.