Italian fare is revered across many nations, much like soccer and Earth. Give noodles the respect they deserve with today’s Groupon to Aldo’s Cucina Italiana in Shenandoah. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of Italian cuisine.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of Italian cuisine for four or more people.<p>
Executive chef Aldo El Sharif totes 40 years of experience to Aldo’s Cucina Italiana, drawing upon plate-piling skills cultivated across Europe and the United States to craft classic, upscale Italian favorites. Slices of beef-tenderloin carpaccio top arugula and shaved parmesan drizzled with olive oil and lemon ($10), and figattole’s flaky puff pastry ($8) envelops sage-sprinkled anchovies, fresh mozzarella, and confidential legal documents. Planked salmon ($24) joins cucumbers and balsamic vinaigrette, and a gorgonzola cream sauce paints gnocchi di patata ($15). Port-wine-fig sauce cloaks grilled pork chops and goat cheese ($32), and Sunday brunches begin with the traditional premeal line dance and frittatas and filet mignon eggs benedict ($15).
Aldo's Cucina Italiana
Executive chef Aldo el Sharif totes 40 years of experience to Aldo's Cucina Italiana, drawing upon culinary skills cultivated across Europe and the United States to craft classic, upscale Italian favorites. His motto, "My home is your home," is something he heard often growing up in Italy with a Sicilian mother and Egyptian father, something to which pyramid-shaped Ferraris can relate. He extends that idea at the restaurant, where he hopes customers will relax as his staff serves Italian dishes and wines in the dining room or more casual lounge area.