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You can order anything off the menu, which updates traditional Italian street food with contemporary flavors, yielding dishes such as the titular cinis—fried balls of rice that are packed with sausage or four types of cheese ($2.45). Diners can also choose either thin-crust piadina dough, a pasta bowl, or a salad to top with grill items such as meatballs ($6.95), calamari ($7.95), or steak ($8.95) as well as a choice of sauce.<p>
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- Appetizer—Original cini with sausage, peas, and cheese ($2.45)
- Entree—piadina with meatballs and pomodoro sauce ($6.95)
Total Bill: $9.40 for one person<p>
Cini, named for the Italian street food arancini, packs its menu with a variety of these traditional rice balls that are crispy on the outside and packed with fresh veggies and meat on the inside. Guests first pick their cini of choice as their appetizer, with options including the Original packed with sausage and peas, a Primavera cini with zucchini and squash, or the four-cheese rice ball. From there, customers can select a base for their main meal, choosing either a thin-crust wrap called a piadina, a bowl of angel-hair or penne pasta, or a salad bowl of mixed greens. The wrap, pasta, or salad is then topped with a grill item such as meatballs, salmon, or steak and then adorned with a choice of hot or cold sauces such as fresh basil pesto, pomodoro, or creamy parmesan. And for dessert, the meal comes full circle with the addition of a sweet cini stuffed with hazelnut chocolate and sweet arborio rice.
85% of 125 customers recommend
“Very good food and excellent service”
“Glad to have you in Midtown!”
“Your food was great.... you were out of the original cini ( only one order), but it made me try something else.”