Stories about Colapasta

L.A.’s 15 best dishes of 2019

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 26, 2019

dishes that best conveyed not only meals we loved but also summarized the culinary moment in Southern California. Patricia Escárcega’s picks Casunziei, Colapasta At his low-key pasta restaurant near Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, chef Stefano De

eat two bowls of casunziei in one sitting. Apologies to my Keto-obsessed friends. 1241 5th St., Santa Monica, (310) 310-8336, Casunziei from Colapasta restaurant in Santa Monica. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) Barbecue, Kra Z

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At Santa Monica's Colapasta, a Michelin-starred chef returns to roots

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • October 9, 2019

Recently I’ve become mildly obsessed with casunziei, the half-moon-shaped ravioli native to the northeastern part of Italy, where the Dolomite Mountains rise, and that are the house specialty at Colapasta, a low-key trattoria that opened near Santa

earthiness slicing through puddles of melted cheese and brown butter. Stefano De Lorenzo is the pasta maker; he was born and raised in the mountain town of Cortina d’Ampezzo, the heart of casunziei country. He said the recipe he uses at Colapasta closely

Newsletter: There's no better place than Los Angeles to live the taco life

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • October 12, 2019

Bill Addison reviews Spoon by H, the mega-popular Korean cafe with elaborate desserts — and an unforgettable pork belly dumpling soup. I’m mildly obsessed with the beet-filled cazunsiei ravioli at Colapasta, a new casual trattoria in Santa Monica

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