The Pasta Bible

Nothing beats a large bowl of pasta when you're feeling down. There is no logic to the addiction; each mouthful heals, fills, and enraptures us. But that is the case with a soul-feeding food like pasta.

Despite the fact that the first written mention of the Italian staple dates back to the 13th century, pasta is now one of the world's most common foods. It's adaptable, easy, and satisfying – and there are so many varieties to choose from. We've all been there: standing in the middle of a supermarket aisle, overwhelmed by the abundance of options. Because, they're all the same, yet all different, right? Same is the case when we are at a table scanning menu in a restaurant. So, the popularity of pasta is undebated.

At Marcopolo, we also serve this one of the most loved foods in different taste and varieties. If you are a pasta lover, we have the real deal. We are sure after going through our menu, you will crave for it like never before. So, here is what we serve.

Italian Penne Arrabbiata

Penne Arrabbiata is a simple spicy Italian pasta dish. With just a few ingredients and spices, this fast and simple recipe is ideal for a weekday meal. This dish is originated in the Lazio region, most likely in Rome. It's usually paired with Penne Pasta. In English, Penne Arrabiata means "angry." The name "angry" comes from the heat of the hot peppers in the sauce, because the more you add, the hotter it gets. Some people want to add capers to the dish, which adds a special flavor to the pasta. A thick tomato-based sauce simmered with basil, garlic and wine, topped with grated salty pecorino cheese is what Italian Penne Arrabbiata is all about.

Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti Carbonara, so creamy and so delectable that you will fall in love with it instantly. It’s an ideal fast pasta dish for a weeknight - a light meal choice! It comes with goodness of nutty parmesan and crispy bacon, but at the time the smoothness of rich cream to harmonize your palate. Tossed in a delicious and easy parmesan sauce and made in no time, this pasta is a must try if you want delicious food but don’t want to wait for long.

Piccata Milanese

Piccata Milanese is made with soft chicken scallopin basil, tomato, and sugo to create something more than just spaghetti. And, we must say, better tasting as well. This is a traditional dish from northern Italy, especially Milan. The recipe consists of chicken breasts breaded with breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese, served with spaghetti and a spicy caper sauce. It’s a delectable and well-rounded dish in which you can taste various traditional Italian gastronomic ingredients at the same time.

Rigatoni Bolognese

A very rich and delicious Pasta dish, this simple Rigatoni Bolognese is made with authentic Bolognese Sauce, additionally referred to as Ragu alla Bolognese. The sauce is created solely with a couple of ingredients and a great deal of patience. It takes time to make a real Bolognese, but it is so worth it. A hearty meat sauce of minced buff and pork filled with the freshness of veggies over rigatoni pasta – Rigatoni Bolognese is all you need to make your hungry tummy go happy!

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