This is a discussion on Best Pasta? within the Food forums, part of the Fun MUG Stuff category; cibo definitely....
italiannis for me...but i also make my own...so love your own.
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cantinetta and amici for me
penne a la telefono & penne dela terra - CIBO
truffle pasta (anywhere! can't go wrong!)) - Mamou/Cantinetta
pasta at PIZZA EXPRESS (HK) suuuper yummy
laing pasta at cafe bola.
also love the pasta at cibo and italianni's.
Pasta-all-you can at Joey Pepperoni's for only P150!! Best for carbo-loading before raceday. But I usually order the Aglio Olio.
I also like the Pasta Classico at Cibo, and the aglio olio version of The Old Spaghetti House.
for quick lunchies, ok lang amici, aveneto, and tosh... but i'f i'm looking for something better, i'd go to cibo or capricciosa (this one's real nice... one of the best italian-inspired restos in the metro). ok lang italiannis, but i've grown to hate it. hehe.
Bulalo Pasta at Sanctuario
Any Cafe Puccini Pasta dish
I love making my own pasta dish--both the pasta itself and the sauce. Nothing beats fresh pasta and making your own is remarkably easy and fun. It's a great activity to do with the kids or your significant other. And nothing scents up a kitchen like your own sauce (fresh tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, basil, etc.) simmering away in a pot. Rustan's carries those pasta machines, which you can use to make your own spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccine, ravioli.
If I'm outside and craving for pasta, the wife and I head for the nearest CIBO. Staple favorites are the al Telefono, Alfonso, and Aragosta.
McDonald's spaghetti was pretty good some years back, until they went the "jollibee route" and "ketchup-ed" their spaghetti. (which, as a matter of personal taste, is simply blasphemous).
"Dapat mahusay at matino..." - Jesse Robredo
The kitchen is not a democracy.
before the Pizza Inn (Banawe) closed down, I love their bake spaghetti and bake carbonara,
I sometime will travel all the way from Chinatown to Banawe at night just to have a midnight snack,
meron pa kaya baked pasta nowadays?