At Assagio, we bring authentic Italian food from the Amalfi Coast straight to the mouths of our beloved guests in Boston. With authentic dishes such as our Gnocchi alla Sorrentina and Lobster fra Diavolo, you’ll feel as though you’re eating along the scenic Amalfi Coast. So what dishes are popular along the Amalfi Coast? Let’s take a look!
Scialatelli – Found in almost every restaurant along the Amalfi Coast, Scialatelli is a combination of two Neapolitan words – scialare which means “to enjoy” and padella which means “frying pan.”
Sarchiapone – Perfect this fall, Sarchiapone is a savory dish that includes pumpkin! The long, stuffed pumpkin looks similar to cannelloni when cut.
Pigniatello all’ amalfitana – Featuring an assortment of seafood such as shrimp, clams, squid and mussels. This is a delectable soup include chili which adds a little kick to the already flavorful dish.
Risotto con agrumi e gamberetti – Citrus fruits are a common ingredient in many of the Italian dishes along the Amalfi Coast. Risotto con agrumi pairs shrimp and citrus risotto, and with the perfect combination of sour oranges, lemons and prawns, this is the ideal summer meal.
Our Italian Cuisine Inspired by the Amalfi Coast
Vangole macchiato – Imported from Italy, our fresh clams are stained red and tossed in Italian’s premier pasta – Gragnano pasta.
Puttanesca – With a hint of saltiness from the Gieta olives & capers, your taste buds are in for a treat. A bit of anchovies peppered into the dish will have you wanting a second helping.
Salmone arrosto – Of course seafood is the most popular choice in Italy! We have only the freshest seafood for our valued guests and this salmon plate comes with seasoned veggies.