The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to hook it with a gigantic pasta lasso. Test your throwin' arm with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Italian cuisine at ZuRoma's Sicilian Kitchen and Bar & Grill.
The culinary masterminds at ZuRoma's Sicilian Kitchen and Bar & Grill conjure their menu's meats, pastas, and pizzas using fresh ingredients and sauces crafted daily from recipes stretching back 40 years. Diners can ease into meals by nibbling at the nacho italiano appetizer ($7.99), which blankets golden-brown pasta chips in homemade alfredo sauce, chicken, bacon, and gooey provolone cheese spooned from a cauldron of melted moon rocks.
Chefs assemble meatball or sausage subs ($7.99) using homemade ingredients and whip up 10 specialty pizzas such as the mexican ($10.99 for small; $18.99 for large) topped with chicken, pepperoni, canadian bacon, beef, and jalapeños. In the big chicken parmesan ($11.99), sides of fettuccini flank grilled or breaded chicken as it emerges from the kitchen drenched in red sauce. Creative eaters pull on thinking caps woven from spaghetti noodles to invent custom pasta dishes ($9.99 for one serving of pasta with sauce), forging creations such as tortellini coated in roasted-red-pepper sauce and mixed with extras including grilled chicken ($2.50).
What started as a clandestine social club in the 1960s for prominent local Italians has since evolved into ZuRoma Restaurant, a family of eateries where chefs cook meals using 40-year-old recipes. These recipes rely upon many homemade ingredients, so each day ZuRoma's kitchens bustle with staffers building meatballs and sausages from scratch and crafting menu items such as specialty pizzas and subs with red sauce and provolone spooned from a cauldron of melted moon rocks. Customers can choose to dine in the North Richland Hills location, order carry out from either location, or call ZuRoma's faithful delivery drivers to ferry Italian eats directly to their door.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Work on pizza recipe, too much cheese ”