Primi Pi­atti: a won­der­ful ex­pe­ri­ence

Pretoria News Weekend - - EATING IN & OUT -

pre­pared from scratch. Meals are of­fered with the health­ier op­tions of prepa­ra­tion; with in­gre­di­ents lightly sautéed, seared, grilled, cooked al dente and burg­ers iron­pressed, en­sur­ing the nat­u­ral flavours and in­tegrity of the in­gre­di­ents are prom­i­nent.

With Primi’s evolved restau­rant de­sign, the kitchen has been ex­posed fur­ther. More fo­cus has been placed on the en­ergy of the bar with an im­proved cock­tail and wine list of­fer­ing. An­other key fea­ture of the restau­rant is the new in­no­va­tive wood-fired pizza oven. Primi’s new pizza ovens can reach tem­per­a­tures of up to 450°C and turn out a per­fectly baked pizza within 90 sec­onds, time af­ter time.

A re­cent ad­di­tion to the menu is Spun­tini – a com­mu­nal eat­ing ex­pe­ri­ence where you will find great snack foods. You can order a va­ri­ety of flavour­ful dishes, share, dip and mix. En­joy crispy chicken liv­ers or Primi’s sig­na­ture Pep­padews pop­pers, or even bet­ter, Ja­maican jerk chicken wings – be­fore hit­ting the mains.

If you are look­ing for some­thing with more sub­stance, try the new ex­ten­sive range of meat, chicken and fish dishes, or their as­sort­ment of burg­ers and pas­tas. The Mur­der by Meat pizza with spicy chorizo, pi­quante pep­pers, gypsy ham, ba­con, tomato, moz­zarella and salami is a best seller, as well as The G Banga burger with av­o­cado salsa and Primi pop­pers.

If you’re a fo­cac­cia fiend, try the cheese and gar­lic loaf made of hand-pulled bread, baked with creamy gar­lic and full flavoured cheese, served with a tangy tomato pre­serve. For those who pre­fer seafood, the grilled Kingk­lip – served with mint, basil, co­rian­der, gar­lic, chilli, lemon juice and olive oil on a bed of fresh rocket.

For more in­for­ma­tion on PRIMI and to find your neigh­bour­hood restau­rant, visit www.primi-world.co.za

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