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Not much is more comforting than a big bowl of pasta.
One classic preparation of is an arrabbiata sauce, the name derived from the Italian arrabbiato, meaning “angry” and by virtue of its spicy heat. Classically prepared with red chili peppers, olive oil, tomatoes, and garlic, pasta arrabbiata warms body and soul as you enjoy.
Here are a few local restaurants to choose from. Please check with individual venues for hours of opening and availability of dish.
2435 Eagle St. N, Cambridge
Seafood tagliatelle is mussels, calamari and shrimp with a spicy puttanesca sauce and topped with gremolata and scallions.
Del’s Enoteca Pizzeria
2980 King St. E, Kitchener
Lamb arrabbiato fettuccine of fresh tomato, garlic, red onion, Pecorino, arugula and sun dried olive dust.
709 Belmont Ave. W, Kitchener
Thin slices of prosciutto, garlic, capers and black olives in a spicy plum tomato sauce.
320 King St W, Kitchener
House-made penne in San Marzano tomato sauce spiced with La Cucina piccante.
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