I had an awesome dinner this weekend at Pammy’s, a recently opened Italian restaurant in Cambridge, between Harvard and Central Square. I had been dying to check it out after hearing so many great things about it!
When I visited with my friend for dinner this weekend, I was so impressed with their space. It’s absolutely stunning — marble tables, a long communal table in the center of the restaurant, a wonderful fireplace, and lots of plants. You can tell there was so much attention to detail in every inch of the restaurant.
Anyway, my friend and I started our dinner with some cocktails — the Modern Romance and the Pepe di Rosa, paired with Pammy’s house-made Italian sourdough bread.
Then, for starters, the Heirloom Tomatoes and the Artichokes, a dish made with ricotta and Sicilian Anchovies. It was delicious!
Then, we went with two pasta dishes for our entrees, the Spaghetti 2.3 and the Nodi Marini. I absolutely loved the Spaghetti — the sauce was so great. And the Nodi Marini, which was made with guanciale, broccoli rabe, a poached egg, and bottarga was such a delicious and unique dish.
We finished our dinner with an excellent dessert, the Ricotta Bavarese made with fennel cake and orange. It was the perfect way to end the night.
Check out Pammy’s full menu here. They are located at 928 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge.
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