I’d heard of Superstar Waffles is located. I walked to the door where the waitstaff immediately had me seated. I had had a quick look at the menu and was keen on the kangaroo Bolognese so I ordered that as soon as I stepped in. The spaghetti dishes are available as a small or large but I was really hungry so I opted for the large. As is customary in Rome during my travels, a few slices of Italian bread were presented with delicious olive oil and balsamic vinegar to munch on before and during the meal.
Kangaroo Bolognese – Large $22 + N’Duija $3
Francoforte Food Review Summary
Verdict: Francoforte Spaghetti Bar keeps things simple by focusing on a range of spaghetti dishes with a few other Italian entrees and sides also available. I had the Kangaroo Bolognese which was really delicious. The sauce had lovely sweet tones from the tomato, a slight saltiness from the Parmesan, and some real kick from the spicy Italian pork pate, N’Duija. The N’Duija is an optional extra and recommended with this dish and I think it’s a must. There’s plenty of the kangaroo Bolognese which is mixed in amongst the tender well cooked spaghetti. Kangaroo has a gamey taste but presented in this dish as a mince, it’s not noticeable. If I’d known complimentary bread was offered I would have ordered the smaller sized dish and maybe had some room for dessert. Maybe next time!
Francoforte Spaghetti Bar Restaurant Details
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