Korean-fried-chicken wings starter at Stella Nonna, Berkeley ($9.50). Photo: Emilie Raguso
Come along with Nosh as we
explore East Bay restaurants in photographs. This week we focus on Stella Nonna, at 1407 San Pablo Ave. in Berkeley. ( Click to ) The great space, memorable flavors and friendly service made this a place we’d love to visit again. If you’ve tried the spots we feature, please let us know about your experience in the comments below. (Photos by Emilie Raguso.) see the dinner menu.
Complimentary still and sparkling water are offered after being seated. We’ll take one of each!
Nonna Teresa’s pappardelle: Fatte in casa, porcini mushroom sauce, Parmigiano Reggiano ($15). A delicious earthy sauce over delicate noodles. Hampshire pork carnitas: Cheese-n-mac stuffed chile relleno, cornbread, ancho chile sauce ($18). A surprising combo that worked.
What’s dessert without coffee?
Almond torte with burnt caramel sauce and berries, plus the optional whipped cream ($9). A home run after a night of highlights.
All’s quiet at the end of the night.
Note the outdoor patio.
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Emilie Raguso is Berkeleyside’s senior editor of news.
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