There was a previous thread on the cheese used: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/699969
But I am wondering if there was a restaurant that served it in Vancouver that is actually good. Thanks.
The only place I'm aware of is Campagnolo Roma. I enjoyed it but it may not be exactly traditional since they use tonarelli instead of spaghetti.
I think Tavola also does it with tonarelli. Haven't tried.
Here's a pic of the plate at Tavola in summer 2010:
Does that look like what you're after?
Sounds like tonnarelli is basically square spaghetti.
Yes, it does look it. I think tonarelli or spaghetti is commonly used in Rome. Looking forward to tasting it. I hope they don't include those greens in my dish. Just the simple is enough for me.
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