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YUM’s V-Day Guide: Trattoria Aroma

Since opening last year, Trattoria Aroma has quickly become one of the city’s favorite restaurants. The dining room is cozy and romantic, the cuisine is well prepared and tremendously satisfying, and the wine list is excellent.
Aroma’s Valentine’s Day menu will be offered on the evening of February 14 alone. It’s a prix fixe affair, and at only $55 per person, it looks like it will be a great experience at a reasonable price. The restaurant’s regulars have already booked their seats. I suggest you do the same today.

Maryland Car and Scallop Cakes- citrus parsley pesto
Char Grilled Black Angus Sirloin- baby spinach, shaved red onion, pecorino cheese, lemon, EVO

House Made Pastas
Pappardelle- 6 hour braised wild boar, porcini and vegetable ragu, truffle herb cream
Lobster Raviolis- Roasted grape tomatoes, prosecco, fresh thyme, brown butter

Petite Beef Tender Braciole- beef tender stuffed and rolled with fontina, egg and pine nuts; rosemary-tomato cream sauce
Slow Roasted Chicken Diavola- black peppercorn dusted calabrese bread, “San Marzano” tomato brodo
Pistachio Crusted new Zealand Rack of Lamb- cannellini bean and crispy pancetta ragu bianco, fresh mint oil

Triple Chocolate Mousse Napoleon- chocolate dipped strawberry, strawberry, strawberry-prosecco sauce
Assorted Gelato

Trattoria Aroma
307 Bryant Street
Buffalo, NY 14222

**YUM is offering up suggestions of restaurants with our Valentine’s Day Guide. As this is not a story, per se, we have not invited comments on this particular post. If you are looking to leave a comment on our site about this particular restaurant, please feel free to do so by entering its name into our search engine.

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