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Tuesday
Jan262010

CTbites Votes: Best Italian in Fairfield County

Who needs Zagat's? Our 5000 CTbites readers have spoken, and they have rated Fairfield County's Italian offerings. Let's check out the numbers: 

Quattro Pazzi  21%

Strada 18  17%

Pasta Nostra  16%

Paci  11% 

Columbus Park Trattoria  9%

Tutti's Ristorante  11%

Molto  6%

Liana's  9%

Watch for our next CTbites Votes poll coming soon.

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Hands down the best Italian restaurant in this area is La Villa. The best veal around.

February 1, 2010 | Registered CommenterKathy Calise

Come down to Columbus Park Trattoria in Stamford and you will experience the finest homemade pasta in all of Fairfield County. The pastas are handmade on the premises using only the finest semolina and durum wheat. In addition the fillings used for the ravioli, cannelloni and lasagna are made with the freshest and finest ingredients. The homemade/handmade pastas include:

Cavatelli
Lasagna
Ravioli
Fettucine
Linguine
Tagliatelle
Maltagliati

Guaranteed to please your palate.

July 20, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAngela Marchetti

Not for nuthin', as we say in Brooklyn, but Angela Marchetti really should not be posting Adfo-comment here about her own family's restaurants. That aside, has anyone ever asked themself what it means to say, as she does, that they use "the finest semolina and duram wheat"? With all due respect, I ask what is the finest? Does anyone realize, confronted by such a claim, that there are but a few sources in all the land for those types of flours? Maybe if someone wants to boast they should state the provenance of their ingredients rather than frosting the picture with superlatives.

May 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJoe Bruno

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