PASTARIA – ST. LOUIS, MO (CLAYTON)

It has been a long while, I am travelling for work … so not enough time for any updates. Anyhow, I have one today — PASTARIA by Niche in St. Louis, MO. This restaurant is pretty new, a very nice cozy decor bricks and woods, and open kitchen.

It was crowded even for a Wednesday evening. The wait wasn’t bad, about 20 minutes. They will take down your name and phone number; and text you when your table is ready, very convenient. Menu was one simple page and our focus was the Pasta!

Just two girls, so we didn’t order a lot. Food was good, but service was bland.

Packed for a Wednesday evening

Packed for a Wednesday evening

Simple 1 page menu and dessert menu

Simple 1 page menu and dessert menu

Complimentary Freshly Bake Bread, loved their special spicy oil for dipping

Complimentary Freshly Bake Bread, loved their special spicy oil for dipping

Fried Risotto Balls – lightly fried, crispy on the outside, cheesy and creamy in the inside!

Fried Risotto Balls - must get!

Fried Risotto Balls – must get!

Pappardelle – smoked pork, mascarpone, apples ….  pasta was really good, but smoked pork was way too salty!

Pappardelle - pasta was good, but smoked pork was way too salty!

Pappardelle – pasta was good, but smoked pork was way too salty!

Tiramisu - fluffy and not overly sweet, we liked it!

Tiramisu – fluffy and not overly sweet, we liked it!

Overall, the food was pretty good. I wouldn’t mind to go back and try other items on the menu!

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