To remix the words of Philly legend Allen Iverson, “We’re talking pasta.” Specifically the amazing ravioli from Trattoria Moma, which is stuffed with wild mushrooms and swimming in a light cream sauce that has some sweet but subtle garlic flavor going on. The only way A.I. will forgive us for changing his famous quote (after he somehow reads this) is if he goes to taste all of the amazing Italian dishes coming out of Trattoria Moma’s kitchen.
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