Vitale’s Italian Ristorante

by Ken Stewart
The Guam Food Guy

Mama mia! Talk about food made with “amore!” Thisis an eatery one never gets tired of returning to dine! Zee and I were looking to try some different menu items than what we usually have. We ordered the Spaghetti Penne Arrabbiata ($15.95) cooked with extra virgin oil di oliva, garlic, peeled tomatoes, salt, red peppers, parsley and chilipowder (SPICY). We also tried the Gina Spaghetti ($13.95) with fresh tomatoes, garlic and onions, and a Deluxe Pizza (10” Small - $17.75) with cheese, ham, onions, pepperoni, sausage, green Peppers, mushroom.The Spaghetti Penne Arrabbiata was not spicy “hot,” but was spicy “spicy,” with really intense flavors the melded together to orchestrate a crescendo of taste on my palate! It was addictive, with each bite satisfying a craving that seemed to want more. We shared the dishes (as always) and I focused on the Gina, which we ordered without onions.

After the Penne, it was a little bland, but still good. We had a few slices of the pizza and we even had a little surprise when Joe Vitale sent a few meatballs in marinara, which were simply divine. I know we had several balutan packages when we left! Like I said, this food is made with amore!

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