Caffe Lella -ella -ella


After eating so much Asian food, it’s good to break from the norm and eat something different so we headed out to Caffe Lella out in Kingston for some pasta.

There were so many choices, I was tempted by some of the specials on the board too, hmm what to choose…

Spiralli Salsicce spiralli with Italian sausage, onion, garlic, cavolo nero (Tuscan cabbage) and truffle oil ($16.90).

Penne al gamberi penne with king prawns, chilli, garlic and Italian tomato pasta sauce ($16.90). The sauce tasted like it came out of a can and the prawns didn’t really have much of a taste- a very underwhelming pasta.

Frank’s Speciality~

Spaghetti ai frutta di mare- fresh clams, mussels, prawns, garlic, chilli and extra virgin oil ($24.90). Two of us ordered this and for some strange reason they said they had to serve both portions on a platter and couldn’t divide it into individual portions. The pasta itself had a subtle flavour of garlic, chilli and oil but the clams and mussels tasted really nice.

The service was friendly enough and although my meal was not too bad, I don’t know if I’d eat  here again when there are so many places to go in Kingston.

Venue: Caffe Lella

Address: 68 Jardine Street  Kingston ACT 2604

Phone: (02)6239 6383

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