3 months ago

A Sunday Roast with an Italian Twist

Sunday roasts have a new contender in town, and it’s wearing Italian boots. At Sorella, they’ve decided to take the venerable tradition and give it a twist, serving up flavours that might just make you say, “Mamma Mia, where have you been all my life?”

Walking into Sorella on a Sunday, you’re not just stepping into a restaurant; you’re entering a realm where Italian flair meets the comfort of a British classic. Our journey kicked off with Truffle Arancini and with their unbeatable Carbonara arancini. We also had their fluffy focaccia, cured meats and house made ricotta with truffle honey & pumpkin seeds. They set the stage for a feast that had us questioning every roast we’d had before.

Just when we thought we’d reached the zenith of our culinary exploration, Sorella introduced us to their homemade lasagna. This was no ordinary lasagna; it was a symphony of layers, each singing with the flavors of rich, meaty sauce, creamy béchamel, and perfectly al dente pasta. It was a reminder that, in the hands of true artisans, even the most humble dishes can be elevated to the extraordinary.

Then came the moment of truth: the roasts. Oh, the roasts! Choosing just one was a task we weren’t up to, so we embraced them all. The Hereford beef ossobuco was the showstopper, melting in the mouth in a way that could only be described as a culinary cuddle. This was no mere meat on a plate; it was a masterpiece, accompanied by rosemary potatoes, creamed cavalo nero, carrots glazed to perfection, and a salsa verde that brought a zesty zing to every bite.

Just when we thought we couldn’t handle more, a creamy gelato sundae waltzed in, served with Vanilla gelato, candied almonds, chocolate soil, salted caramel and Italian Meringue. It was the kind of dessert that makes you close your eyes and wonder why every meal can’t end this sweetly.

Sorella is turning Sundays into an event not to be missed, from 12 to 3 PM. It’s more than a meal; it’s a celebration of flavour, tradition, and the kind of culinary craftsmanship that makes you ponder the existence of every roast you’ve had before.

So, if you’re ready to challenge your perceptions of what a Sunday roast can be, step into Sorella. It’s where tradition is not just preserved; it’s evolved. Bravo, Sorella, for not just serving food, but for serving joy on a plate.

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