hand breaded, and made to order, served with parmigiano and their rich meat sauce. Although Favazza’s is classified as an Italian restaurant, they have to bring a bit of St. Louis to the table. As for the full menu, Favazza’s has a very wide variety of food, suitable for all guest. Their menu includes a lunch menu, dinner menu, kids menu, and even a gluten free menu. Oh, and who could forget their dessert menu? They also have a huge wine selection, mostly red wine, but some white. Their menu ranges anywhere from sandwiches, pasta, seafood, to even just a salad.
One of their most popular dishes is their Steak Mudega. At lunch time, the dish is served with a six-ounce sirloin steak, and for dinner it is served with an eight-ounce filet mignon. The filet mignon, or sirloin, is lightly breaded, charbroiled, topped with cheese, and served in a white wine sauce with prosciutto and fresh mushrooms. For those who aren’t very fond of mushrooms, Favazza’s kitchen is happy to make the sauce without them.
As for dessert, it’s a bit hard to choose a favorite. Their tiramisu, Espresso-soaked sponge cake layered with mascarpone cheese filling, is a big hit, as well as their Chocolate Amaretto Pie,
Favazza 's homemade specialty, made with Graham cracker crust filled with chocolate ice cream, amaretto, roasted almonds, topped with chocolate sauce and whipped cream.
With Favazza’s having great service, amazing food, and very inviting decor, what could possibly be negative? The…