SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Credo, located in the Financial District of San Francisco, is re-introducing the highly popular Sedanini alla Credo ($20), a culinary delight that is a true Italian marriage of pizza and pasta. The interesting dish is a combination of thick sedanini pasta, zesty rustic tomato sauce, pancetta and spicy Italian sausage covered with a delicious pizza crust. The delicacy is baked in Credo's stone hearth pizza oven and topped with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. The culinary team immediately delivers the concoction to the table and artistically cuts and peels back the pizza crust sheath unveiling the steaming pasta mixture inside.
By popular demand, Credo's Executive Chef David Feldman is bringing this unusual dish back on Friday nights. "After a four-year absence, we decided to make the return of the Sedanini alla Credo a special event for Friday dinner only," said Chef Feldman. "I suspect we will expand the availability since the dish is so popular and delicious."
In addition, the Sedanini alla Credo is a perfect companion to many of the stellar Italian red wines on the expansive Credo wine list. "We are very proud to boast an extensive by-the-glass wine list," said Ian Silva, Credo's Chief Sommelier and General Manager. "I am constantly delighted with the selection of Italian and California wines we offer. They beautifully complement the menu and our patrons enjoy the widespread selection."
Credo is the Latin word for "I believe." Specializing in Italian cuisine, the team at Credo believes that good food and good company go hand in hand. They believe simple things can be brilliant, like authentic, responsibly-sourced ingredients, attention to detail and gracious hospitality. The rustic, Italian-inspired dishes are served on tables hand-made by world-renowned Dutch craftsman Piet Hein Eek. Composed entirely of scrap wood, each table is one-of-a-kind, the product of hours of human labor and a keen devotion to sustainable design. The found wood in each table echoes the found ideas that cover the walls at Credo. According to Credo proprietor Clint Reilly, "Our walls depict the universality of ideas, the clash of conflicting viewpoints and the democratic nature of discussion and debate." For more information, visit: www.credosf.com
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