Gnocchi is Italian for “dumplings”. This pasta is shaped in little balls.
These wonders are most commonly made with potato, ricotta cheese or both.
Potato Gnocchi are a bit denser and flavorful because of the starch found in a potato, where ricotta or cheese Gnocchi will be a bit more tender and soft because of the texture of the cheese. Chef Todd makes our ricotta cheese gnocchi by hand.
Gnocchi can be sautéed with butter and olive oil and topped with a touch of garlic and cheese. Most commonly served as a side dish, Gnocchi can also be wonderful as an entrée with both thin or thick sauces, multiple proteins and vegetables. Add our gnocchi to your favorite soup to provide that rustic old world experience. Check out the 5 star review on Yelp!