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Fabio Trabocchi brings unique regional Italian cuisine to SoHo. His take on lasagna and panna cotta should not be missed.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fiamma Restaurant Review

: Since the arrival of chef Fabio Trabocchi, foodies have been rallying to taste his unique take on regional Italian cuisine. The prix-fixe menu offers a choice of three, five or seven courses; in addition, daily specials change according to ingredient availability. Start with a duo of Wagyu beef: carpaccio and tartare with wild mushrooms and Parmigiano-Reggiano. Make sure to order vincisgrassi, a refined regional version of lasagna, a millefeuille of pasta and diced veal in a delicate sauce. Smoked gnocchi are first-rate and the Grimaud Farm duck or juicy wild striped bass a fine accompaniment. Desserts like mascarpone panna cotta with Corbezzolo honey gelato and date purée or silky lemon mousse with toasted meringue and ricotta ice cream provide the perfect finishing touch for a meal. The elegant, multi-level space nestled in a chic SoHo townhouse on Spring Street is inviting and the staff swift and accommodating.

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