Ciao Mambo during the first weekend of Spokane Restaurant Week. Photo by Young Kwak
After looking back at the Spokane Restaurant Week menus, those of us at The Inlander found that the pronunciation of some of the dishes might be a wee bit tricky. We want to ensure that every Spokanite can order their meals during this tasty event, no matter the difficulty of the name. Here’s a guide to help you out.
MARQUISE (mar-keez) – a chocolate mousse cake brought to you by Chaps
BOCCONCINI FRITTI (boh-coh-cheen-ee frit-ee) – Ciao Mambo’s fried mozzarella cheese appetizer
LINGUINE ARRABBIATA (lin-gween-ee aw-rah-bee-aw-tah) – another mouthful in the form of a pasta dish from Ciao Mambo
GYOZA (gee-oh-zah) – these Japanese pot stickers filled with chicken and vegetables are found at Mustard Seed
FOCACCIA (foh-cah-chuh) – Rock City Grill is offering their housemade flat bread for their first course during Restaurant Week
MOSTACCIOLI (moh-stah-chel-ee) – Italian dish baked to perfection at Tomato Street
PETITE TNT COULOTTE (pee-teet tee-en-tee cew-lote) – delicious steak covered in a red wine demi-glace served at Twigs
THAI BEEF CARPACCIO (tye be-eef car-paw-chee-oh) – straight from the kitchen of Central Food
SOUP OR SALAD (suh-oop or sa-lad) – nothing is more embarrassing than thinking your server is asking if you want a Super Salad
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