A quaint and intimate space
A quaint space for food and drink, Ferrovia Ristorante provides a relaxed setting for a romantic dinner for two or an intimate group gathering. The interior accommodates both, by way of cushioned mini-booths, contemporary table seating, high-backed stools at the bar, and a long curved couch for communal dining. A lovely patio completes the picture, where patrons can enjoy a fine bottle of wine amid the leafy foliage.
Not too familiar
Serving a mix of traditional and modern Italian cuisine, Ferrovia ensures its bill of fare isn’t too familiar. In addition to Caesar and caprese salad, Ferrovia serves baby spinach (with toasted walnuts, red wine poached figs, brie cheese, in a white balsamic dressing), and warmed mushroom (with baby arugula, charred onions, goat cheese, and a honey truffle balsamic dressing). Other starters span New Zealand grilled calamari with capers, red onion, and black olives, beef tenderloin Carpaccio with shaved Parmesan cheese, and bruschetta pizza with marinated tomatoes, Bermuda onions, and fresh basil.
Dinner entrees include such creative plates like the roasted boneless half-chicken, served with fregula pasta, chard sweet corn, and scallions, in a dried cherry grappa jus. Roasted Atlantic salmon crusted in a sundried tomato and whole grain mustard, veal piccata with forest mushroom and Parmesan risotto, and herb-encrusted rack of lamb with potato gnocchi and pancetta, are some of the other nourishing plates. Of course pasta and pizza are on board as well, with notable choices in Portobello-stuffed agnolotti in a dry vermouth cream sauce, and the patata bianca pizza with thinly-sliced potato, olives, hot peppers, and roasted garlic sauce.