Pasta basta!

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While we usually think of pasta as Italian food, it is more likely the descendant of ancient Asian noodles. A common belief about pasta is that it was brought to Italy from China by Marco Polo during the 13th century. Be it as it may, it has become a staple dish not only in Italy but around the globe. Over 600 different shapes of pasta are produced today according to the International Pasta Organisation, best known being spaghetti and macaroni.

Pasta is often said to make you happy, due to its serotonin. Be it serotonin or not, at bridges we believe that a good, hand-made pasta dish can indeed make you very happy. Our chefs make the pasta in-house, using the best flour and techniques, which are mixed with delicious ingredients to create seven irresistible dishes to please every pasta lover’s palate. The whole variety is available for lunch and a smaller selection for dinner.

Our guests often love to soak up the remains of the delicious sauce with a piece of bread. The bread is made with love by Pastry Chef – Pak Gede who ensures that guests get to enjoy it fresh and with a lovely crisp crust, perfection with every bite. What comes out from Pak Gede’s oven varies, currently we serve tomato, Bavarian, Neapolitan and whole grain bread, along with crispy bread sticks. If you are on a gluten-free diet, you will love our cassava bread.

Has this made you hungry for some pasta and bread? Then book your table

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Pasta basta!