The name, which translated means 'the ugly,' is a reference to famous director Sergio Leone's spaghetti western. The venue is modern, with design and a youthful vibe. The dishes are the result of the creativity and skill of Chef Erind Halilaj, who grew up in Italy and has brought the soul of Italian eats back to Austin. Cacio e Pepe tonnarelli, with pecorino romano and black pepper, or the pappardelle with lamb ragù, is the way to go. Before asking for the check, order some good homemade Italian gelato to complete the dining experience.
Villa Sandi Best Contemporary Wine List Award 2023 in Austin