Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Tapas at Coppa Pt. II

coppa tapas boston

In case you missed my past post on Coppa, it's is an adorable little Italian restaurant in the South End with a great tapas (small dishes) and wine menu. 

Above you can see what is probably my favorite dish they have: Fluke Carpaccio. This dish consists of local fluke crudo (raw), cracked black pepper-lemon curd, and almond pesto - AKA amazing flavors, texture, and extremely fresh ingredients. It's not too bad to look at, either.


coppa tapas boston

The Polpette is a hearty plate of meatballs, tomato, and parmigiano cheese. Can't go wrong there.


coppa tapas boston

I ordered the Nero di Seppia Capelli d'Angelo, or squid ink angel hair pasta, cockles (the tiny clam look-a-likes), oregano, and lemon zest. It was a great, clean dish that was so healthy and fresh.

coppa tapas boston

Gotta love those brownstone views of the South End!

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