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Royal Resorts dining: perfect pasta at La Trattoria

Thinking about your next vacation and planning your Royal Resorts dining? Be sure to plan a night of Italian cuisine at La Trattoria, The Royal Cancun’s popular restaurant, during your next Cancun trip. The menu is full of tempting choices from the Italian kitchen and the daily pasta special is a tasty new feature that is proving very popular. It may be a traditional Italian dish or one of the chef’s delicious creations.

Order the daily pasta special night one evening and return later in your stay for more delicious Royal Resorts dining from the La Trattoria a la carte menu. The selection of classic pasta dishes on the menu includes lasagna, tortellini and seafood spaghetti or you can choose your pasta and combine it with a selection of sauces and add grilled vegetables, grilled shrimp, fish or chicken (additional charge). And there’s much more on the menu than pasta, share the antipasti, carpaccio, calamari and other starters with family and friends and order salads and gourmet pizzas. Try the seafood risotto. the trattoria chicken, grilled salmon and Florentine-style beef fillet or the beef casserole if you are craving a hearty, homestyle meal.

Save space for dessert. If you are an ice cream fan, you’ll love the selection of gelatos, choose creamy vanilla, indulgent chocolate with hazelnuts or refreshing tangerine, they are all delicious. Order a coffee and tiramisu or zuccotto cake for a heavenly combination.
La Trattoria is open daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Reservations are required.

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