If you’ve made an embarrassing amount of trips to the cinema to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi since last Friday’s release but are still finding it difficult to satisfy your craving for intergalactic goodness, take comfort in the fact that you don’t have to wait until 2019 for the release of Episode IX.
In the meantime, you can chow down on the tastiest of fantasy fixes – Death Star-shaped ravioli.
Yep, it’s legit. The self-proclaimed Star Wars nerds at Cane Rosso, a famous Italian Eatery in Austin, Texas, have created the dish in honour of last week’s premiere of the latest film in the Star Wars franchise.
It’s made with squid ink pasta, which is filled with goat cheese and ricotta, served with tomatoes, cherry peppers, poppy seeds, and lemon-butter sauce. It’s as good an excuse as any to go to the Dark Side, but it’s not the only Star Wars-inspired treat on the menu. The restaurant is also whipping up The C-3PO – a three-cheese pizza paying homage to everyone’s favourite golden droid.
You can drop in for a delicious bite or slice now. Sounds better than Wookie steak anyway, we’ve heard they’re a little Chewy.
How To Get There
- Fly into Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
- Drive 20km (about 21 minutes) via TX-71
- Cane Rosso, 4715 Lamar Boulevard, Sunset Valley
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(Lead Image: Cane Rosso Austin / Facebook)