Risotto Aragosta e Tartufo at Ferraro’s

Ferraro’s recipes come straight from chef Mimmo Ferraro’s Italian upbringing, and everything is made fresh daily. While the whole Valley knows the osso buco is delicious, another dish on the menu caught our eye, the risotto aragosta e tartufo (lobster and truffles). Traditional Italian rice is cooked with fresh lobster meat, truffles and mascarpone cheese, and drizzled with truffle oil. It’s authentic and creamy and you definitely won’t find it at Olive Garden. $36, 4480 Paradise Road, 364-5300.

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