Two-floor Italian establishment Da Laura has a ground level bar as well as a cozy dining room upstairs. In the kitchen is chef Michele Blasi who puts out items like tagliatelle bolognaise ($26)—with a sauce made from hand chopped beef—and a signature snapper burger ($42), featuring fish sandwiched between two thin crackly slices of bread. Desserts include Cannoncini Numero 8 ($16 for 8), delicate little cream horns and tiramisu ($14). There’s also a good selection of Italian wines (from $14/glass, $65/bottle) including plenty of reds such as Nebbiolo, Barolo and Brunello.
This Italian restaurant, run by well known restaurateur Osvaldo Forlino’s sister, Laura, serves items like tagliatelle bolognaise ($26) and a signature seabass burger ($42). Desserts include the Cannoncini Numero 8 ($16), delicate cream horns. There’s also a three course set lunch that goes for $38.
Eat this at Da Laura: Tagliatelle bolognaise. It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat before you die (2013).