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Back from 2 Months of Hibernation and Still Hungry

It’s been almost 10 weeks of silence and I’m happy to break it today. By a lucky turn of events, my 12 hour day schedule was moved up 12 hours later and (un)fortunately it was too late to fill in the void so Im leisurely watching my favorite news channel while thinking about that wood fired pizza that hubby and i had a month ago

My mom treated hubby and i to Le Reve, the 3rd addition to the Cirque du Soleil shows we’ve watched so far.

I particularly liked the show because of the unique water environment where the dramatics were performed in, but i must admit that holding my breath during the acrobatics which often ended with splashes in a seemingly shallow water stage, got me a little hungry.

So after the show, hubby and i decided to forgo our initial plan to get drinks at Parasol to unwind in front of Wynn’s Lake of Dreams and headed to Stratta.

Stratta is a casual Italian eatery named after it’s famed chef Alessandro Stratta. The restaurant has 3 sets of menu, one for lunch, one for dinner and a special starlight menu for food served from 11pm to 6am. The wood fired pizza instantly caught my attention

Bosco Wood Fired Pizza

I remember picking up a slice, and as i was about to take a bite, the aroma of the truffle instantly made my brain think “wow!”, and that was even before the pizza touched my palate! Imagine that! It was delicious even before it was tasted *drool*

The white glob that topped each slice were generous portions of Robiola cheese. For the locals of the Alpine foothills, this cheese is said to rival the internationally famous Gorgonzola and i will have to agree with them! The Robiola cheese on the Bosco wood fired pizza was wonderfully soft and smooth and and the pureed mushroom covered bread which they topped was heaven. I absolutely loved this dish!

Hubby decided he would order something ordinary. At first, i thought maybe it was so he could see if Stratta can serve an ordinary dish differently, but then knowing him all too well, it was probably more because he wanted his beef patty comfort food

Stratta Burger

It was as good as any delicious burger could be but my attention went to this

Stratta French Fries

The parmigiano covered fries were so crispy and so delicious that it instantly became my favorite fries in the world. I could not believe the simple french fries could be elevated to such a level!

It was definitely a good dinner
……and Our Daily blog is definitely back from hibernation!


August 19, 2010 - Posted by | Affair to remember, Gastronomic experience, Trips | , ,


  1. What a scrumptious meals, especially the pizza, looks so mouth watering.

    Comment by Elra | August 20, 2010 | Reply

  2. OMG that pizza doc mitzi! 🙂 you are making me crave for some pizza and i can’t get my eyes of the blood-red tomato slice in your hubby’s burger.
    can’t wait for your next posts! 🙂

    Comment by urbanmudra | August 21, 2010 | Reply

  3. OMG. That is a BIG hunk of Robiola cheese!!! The generosity! I’m already in love with this pizza, and I haven’t even taken a bite before.

    Comment by sophia | August 21, 2010 | Reply

  4. you’re making me drool over that pizza! there’s pizza here in penang but hardly one can find even a bar of cheese in most groceries 😦
    …wow doc, you’ve watched 3 Cirque du Soleil shows?! amazing!
    i want to watch ka…

    Comment by docgelo | August 22, 2010 | Reply

  5. oh my! drool drool sa pizzaaaaa waaah! the fries were kinda thin but as you said nga, they were delicious. hmmm, i wonder how they taste like.

    Comment by dyanie | August 23, 2010 | Reply

  6. Ah… pizza (drooling). Now that I am back in the UK i am simply pining for a good pizza. Sounds like a great day out, Cirque de Soliel and good eats.
    *kisses* HH

    Comment by Heavenly Housewife | August 23, 2010 | Reply

  7. Well, this a great way to make a blog comeback! 😎 The burger and fries look great but I have to give it to the pizza – it’s amazing!

    Comment by Tangled Noodle | August 24, 2010 | Reply

  8. Hi erla, HH and Tangled noodle!
    urbanmudra, yes i noticed the tomatoes too when the burger was served. im not sure what variety that was but i watched on food tv that there are multitudes of varieties i’ve never even heard of.
    doc, no cheese?!!!!! no way!
    dyanie, the pizza was simply de-licious!

    Comment by mrs lavendula | August 25, 2010 | Reply

  9. […] a touring show, the stage mechanics of Varekai might not be as impressive as resident shows such as Le Reve with its amazingly good water acrobatics (which i absolutely loved! -thanx Mom! XOXO) or the full […]

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  10. […] up on eating fries except for a few, namely the truffle fries of Bistecca and the parmesan fries of Stratta and now, these…i mean why accumulate additional calories if what you’re having is not […]

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  11. […] We were curious if this would compare to our favorite fries served at Stratta […]

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