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November 27, 2020

Mio Pastalogy


Mio Pastalogy has been open for a few weeks now, and I've been here at least three times so far. I love everything about it - from their selection of fresh, housemade pastas to their homemade sauces and toppings. The best part? I have the freedom of creating my own combinations.



For now the restaurant is strictly take-out.  Hot toppings are placed on the pasta, followed by the sauce in a separate container. Dry toppings such as fried garlic are packed separately to prevent it from getting soggy.  


On my first visit I tried the linguine with pomodoro sauce and shrimp. It was a challenge combining the sauce and pasta in the bowl provided because the noodles were stuck together, but that's easily solved by heating it up for a few minutes. Taste-wise, this combination was a winner.   





Mio Pastalogy also makes fresh housemade breads that are ultra soft and chewy.  And the garlic butter that they offer on the side is a must-try!













Salads are also available grab-n-go style.




Everyday they have a daily special - here's an example of what was on special on my third visit. It's called the "Napolitana" - arabiki, bell pepper, smoked bacon, and mushrooms, with their pomodoro sauce.





I also tried the foccaccia bread on this visit - it was still warm when I got home!


There's more to come from Mio Pastalogy - follow them on Instagram (@miopastalogy) for updates!
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MIO PASTALOGY
1110 McCully Street
(808) 840-0496

 

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