Iron Chef America participant and Italian-born chef Daniele Catalani crafts pasta entrees dressed in homemade sauces
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Choose from Three Options
$140 for an elegant wine dinner for two (a $280 value)
$280 for an elegant wine dinner for four (a $560 value)
$25 for $50 worth of Italian cuisine
See the wine-dinner menu for a complete listing of courses, which include handmade ravioli with ricotta accompanied by rosé of malbec crios 2011. See the regular dinner menu here.
For chef Daniele Catalani, there’s nothing political about food. The Tuscany-born chef delights political bigwigs and locals alike with a menu composed of highly seasonal, homestyle Italian food. Catalani earned his culinary bona fides working in restaurants throughout Europe, and he made his way up to the exclusive chef position at Galileo by the age of 23. He also appeared on Iron Chef America in 2003 during the battle of Donna vs. Morimoto, where he assisted in spatula-to-spatula combat. Today, he fills Toscana Cafe's menu with classic entrees such as gnocchi with basil pesto or ravioli with roasted eggplant and goat cheese.
Thanks for a great dining experience! We prefer your fresh egg pasta to the whole wheat pasta in your pasta with eggplant and tomato. Your risotto was awesome and the accompanying lamb was delicious, too!
Anna Q. ·
January 13, 2013
It is a lot of food! So good! If you go, do not pass up the desserts. They are spectacular!