Had dinner @ I Trulli ( 122 E 27th ) last night.
Really unstuffy atmosphere and a beautiful fireplace -
love that aroma as winter approaches - set the tone for
some of the best , although a little pricey, chow I've
had in a while.
We started with cormeal fritters that surround goat
cheese and wild mushrooms and an order of grilled whole
calamari stuffed with zucchini. The flavors were
Then orrechiette served with veal bracchiole ( all the
pastas are homemade by the owners mom ) and the juciest
piece of stripped bass ( grilled on a wood fire ) that
Check it out, Regards, JK