The introduction of the panineria at select Cotto Espresso stores has proven a real success with further rollouts occurring at their remaining stores. The latest to be renovated is the Hyde Park store, where Adelaide Food Central, and other invited guests, had the opportunity to make our own paninis. All food and drink were provided free of charge.
The panineria is like an upmarket version of Subway with a delicious array of home-style, hand-assembled Italian panini that is made fresh to order. Customers can select from a range of fresh and gourmet vegetables, cold cuts, freshly cooked meats, cheeses and tasty sauces, all customised to your liking.
Our creation tonight consisted of meatballs, cheese, sundried tomatoes, roasted capsicum and a pesto sauce. The meatballs were well seasoned, soft and delicate. There was also good balance between the sweetness of the tomatoes and capsicum, with that of the pesto sauce. The panini was firm and chewy, and held all the ingredients in well.
The starting price for a panini is $7.90 and is perfect for any occasion, whether it be for a quick meal or for a catch up with friends. People are on tight budgets these days and don’t want to spend a lot of money. The panineria at Cotto Espresso is perfect because you can get quick and delicious panini that won’t break the bank. Best of all, you make the panini just the way you want it.
Adelaide Food Central would like to thank the staff at Cotto Espresso for their kind hospitality, and to Girl About Town for organising the event.
WHERE: 173 King William Rd, Hyde Park