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Carluccio's - Reading
Carluccio's - Reading Menu

Carluccio's - Reading

Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, Pasta

Dishes priced around£18

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Grilled Tuna Steak

Served with a tomato, olives & caper salsa and charred tenderstem broccoli.

Chicken Milanese

Chicken breast in crispy rosemary breadcrumbs. Served with slow-roasted tomatoes and dressed salad leaves topped with Parmigiano-Reggiano

Confit Duck

Served with green beans, rosemary & garlic roasted potatoes. Red wine sauce.



Pappardelle Braised Beef Ragu

Braised beef slow cooked in red wine, black olives and herbs. Served with Pappardelle pasta.

Risotto di Mare

Crab and chilli Arborio rice with prawns, whole mussels and squid, topped with a pan fried wild prawn.

Risotto ai Funghi

Arborio rice with a mix of porcini, shiitake & oyster mushrooms with garlic. Served with a truffle crisp


Antipasti Board for One

Grissini wrapped with 24-month-aged Parma ham, spianata Calabrese, finocchiona salami, focaccia, artichoke, chargrilled courgettes, roasted peppers & pesto, mozzarella, beef carpaccio crostini, marinated prawns, semi-dried tomatoes, olives & caperberries.

Calamari Fritti

Hand-cut crispy squid rings, lightly floured and fried. Served with lemon mayonnaise.

Carpaccio di Manzo

Beef carpaccio served with rocket, capers, Parmigiano Reggiano shaving & balsamic vinegar.


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