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Sushi sensibility meets traditional Italian flavors at Crudo, a restaurant and bar that often riffs on the concept of sashimi-style seafood. Fresh, simple and always-intriguing, the Crudo ("raw" in... Read More
Sushi sensibility meets traditional Italian flavors at Crudo, a restaurant and bar that often riffs on the concept of sashimi-style seafood. Fresh, simple and always-intriguing, the Crudo ("raw" in Italian) menu emphasizes seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients and mouth-watering culinary juxtaposition. The menu is cleanly divided into signature sections, including crudo (raw), cotto (cooked), mozza (mozzarella-centered plates), griglia (grilled), and lati (sides). For cold/raw creations, the crudo menu features fresh seafood plates include the albacore (served with apples, truffles, and black garlic) and the ahi tuna (delightful with smoked olives, egg, and lemon). When you're craving something hot, choose from the hot cooked plates from the cotta menu, including gnocchi, dumplings, and mushrooms. Try the uniquely savory risotto, made with squid ink, tuna, chili, and tomato. For a hearty plate, pick from the griglia menu, which includes pork belly, short ribs, and rolled veal breast made with apricots and rosemary and cooked over the restaurants custom-made wood fire grill. Lovers of high quality Italian cheeses will revel in the mozza menu, where plates of mozzarella are served with fresh herbs, oils, meats and vegetables. Diners are invited to sample the menu with a three, four, or five course meal.
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Crudo revels in fusion, blending Italian and Japanese traditions to create truly inventive and delicious plates.
- Best for Arcadia's Best Restaurants Because: Crudo is one of the city's most unique and highly regarded restaurants, presenting an unconventional yet delicious pairing of Italian and sushi cuisine.
- Best for Group Friendly Because: Crudo's large selection of small plates are perfect for sharing.