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Offering authentic Italian fare in an elegant dining environment, Ambrosia Centro interrupts hungry, throat-dry filibusters with a mouthwatering dinner menu. After an appetizing mouth-party of cozze alla marinara ($9) attended by mussels in olive oil, white wine, garlic, and lemon, soup shoppers can slurp a serving of tortellini di brodo ($6), which consists of meat-filled tortellini drowning in house-made chicken broth. Plates of pasta, besides being great coffee-table decorations, are also good for eating: clients can try the spinach-and-cheese-ravioli della mamma ($15) or the fettuccine alla bolognese ($15), with three-meat ragu and tomato-garlic-cream sauce. For larger proportions, herb-crusted baked chicken breast awaits palates in the pollo alla parmigiana ($15), while medaglioni raffinati ($27) serves up saut?ed beef tenderloin with a scrumptious brandy-cream sauce.