Chefs use the restaurant’s namesake lemon liqueur to flavor Italian dishes—from vetello benito veal to cheese ravioli with basil
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Restaurants provide you with the three essentials for survival: they serve you food, put a roof over your head, and give you napkins you can make clothes from. Fulfill your needs with this voucher.
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- $12.75 for $30 worth of Italian dinner Sunday through Thursday
- $12.75 for $30 worth of Italian dinner on Friday and Saturday
The dinner menu features lightly breaded veal verona with goat cheese and balsamic ($21.95), chicken bellissimo with eggplant, mozzarella, and brandy sauce ($17.95), and cheese ravioli with basil and plum tomato sauce ($14.65).
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About Limoncello Ristorante
Brothers Jimmy and Remy Qosja named their restaurant for the century-old Italian liqueur, a fragrant drink traditionally crafted from Femminello St. Teresa lemons. The siblings and their chefs make frequent use of limoncello in their kitchen, whether showering it over sweet Italian desserts or combining it with basil and garlic to whip up sauces. The latter seasons pasta dishes and Italian specialties such as the vetello benito veal, lauded by reporters from Eat Drink New Jersey as "scrumptious". The chefs enjoy embellishing their creations with elaborate flourishes before sending them off, topping of plates of pistachio salmon with ornate carrot flowers and decorating cakes in swirls of syrup.
Servers bear the dazzling preparations out to the dining room, where crisp linen napkins sit atop white-cloth tables. In lieu of pop songs or uncomfortable audiobook recordings of Old Yeller, soft Italian music plays over the speakers in the elegant space.