I – along with Judy, my grandmother – was recently invited to have dinner again at Sarino in Germantown. It was a delicious, multi-course meal! Thank you to the team at Sarino for sponsoring this post.
Though the menu is expansive, Sarino focuses on fresh, homemade pasta and Neapolitan pizza. Trust me when I say that they deliver. It’s a large menu, one that is worth exploring; I’m already looking forward to my next visit!
Now – the food!
When I see an extensive charcuterie menu, I can’t resist – and I think that Sarino has one of the best ones in town! Each time, I’ve sampled different combinations and they have all brought their A game!
If you didn’t know, I’m a bread fanatic. I live and breathe for it. My favorite variety is focaccia. Focaccia is very popular in Liguria, which is a northwestern, coastal region of Italy; however, it can be found throughout the country. It’s delicious — and is usually just seasoned with olive oil, salt, and herbs. Sarino’s did not disappoint!
Their Neapolitan pizza isn’t to be missed. It is cooked in a high-end oven & made with specialized flour, both of which are imported from Italy – you can taste the difference! Featured is the Calabrese Salame, which has san marzano tomato, smoked mozzarella, spicy calabrese salame, and parmigiano reggiano.
If meatballs are on the menu, I can barely resist.
I was craving shrimp; thus, I chose the Grilled Shrimp entrée. It featured delicious, large shrimp on top of spinach orzo, oven-roasted roma tomatoes, and grilled lemon. Coming in at $15, it was affordable – even more than I would have assumed!
My grandmother went with the Veal Parmigiano. This dish features tender, thin-cut, lightly-breaded, pan-fried veal with oven-roasted roma tomatoes and sautéed spinach. She added pasta on the side, and with good reason – all pasta at Sarino is made in-house and is impeccable!
You can visit Sarino at 1030 Goss Ave in Germantown. Tell them that I sent ya!
As always, Happy Eating, Happy Traveling, Happy Living!
Y’all come back now, ya hear?
FTC: This is a sponsored post; however, all opinions are my own.