Looking for two great Italian restaurants on Hilton Head Island? Pomodori, 1 New Orleans Road, will not disappoint. Family-owned and operated, Pomodori combines classic dishes from Grandma Capuzello’s kitchen with the chef’s culinary education in Calabria, Italy. Wondering what all the fuss is about? After all, it’s just Italian. Well, no – it’s Chef Amanda Cifaldi’s Italian cuisine. This means homemade gnocchi and tagliatelle made on the premises. It also means each delicious dish you order is custom made and super fresh. Buon appetite!
Authentic Amazing Italian Rolled Eggplant
Made with hand-squeezed tomatoes, linguine, garlic, and Parmigiano Reggiano – delicious!
Bucatini is a fabulous pasta. The noodles fill with sauce because there is a hole in the middle of the noodle. To the untrained eye, it might get mistaken for spaghetti, but upon
further inspection, you will notice it’s a bit thicker. And there’s a little baby hole that runs all the way through the noodle. Wow! That hollow center is what make bucatini so fantastic. Where spaghetti or linguine get coated with sauce, bucatini gets coated and filled with sauce. It’s the ultimate delivery vehicle for velvety pasta sauce like carbonara. The hollow center gives you more sauce with each bite, and around here, I believe more sauce is always better. Frankly, carbonara was just made for bucatini.
This is bucatini all’ amatriciana with Carolina shrimp, guanciale, hand-squeezed tomatoes, garlic, and crushed red pepper. Now you should start to be getting very hungry!
Penne con salmone e piselli which means a fabulous plate with pan-seared salmon, roasted Brussels sprouts, sweet peas, and tangy lemon sauce.
Mussells Italiano extraordinaire!!!
Handcrafted pasta – oh my goodness, it’s good!
Chef Amanda makes all her pasta served with an eclectic selection of wine and beer. For a memorable evening, make a reservation for some of the finest in Italian cuisine!